We’re going to look at older Kindles, Amazon’s Look Inside feature, and the browser-based Kindle Cloud Reader all deal with the table of contents pages in standard ePub3-based ebooks — and to make it so they work on both new (KF8) and old (MOBI7) Kindles!
When I pronounced that a PDF isn’t an ebook, but an ePub is, I didn’t mean that ePubs are somehow better than PDFs. I love PDFs. I love ePubs.
4 Ways to Create an ePub eBook by David Kudler explains the four basic ways you can create the most common and most malleable format of ebook, the ePub file.
By David Kudler I’m honored to have been invited to post on The Book Designer on the subject of ebooks — a subject I love talking about, having been designing ebooks since 2010. (In this industry that makes me practically an old-timer.) There are lots of very complex questions when it comes to ebooks: text […]
A Step by Step Guide to Evaluating Your ePub Files on Kindles, iPads, and Smartphones by Jeff Bach
e-Book Cover Design Awards, September 2011 including four badges awarded for fiction e-book cover designs and one for nonfiction e-book cover design
ePub, ePub Everywhere, What’s a Blogger to Do? Soliciting reviews of several programs that create ePub files for use in e-Books
10 Things You Should Know About e-Book Formatting by Guido Henkel. Why you should take care with your e-book and how it looks, by a professional e-book creator
TheBookDesigner Blog Stats and Coming Attractions including articles on e-book distribution, e-reader reviews, new options for digital printing and more
Book Sales on Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch: A 73-Second Seminar covers working with e-book retailers or working through a distributor or aggregator