Exploring the Content Export options


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Exploring the Content Export options

In the previous two videos we covered the general and image EPUB export options but we still have one section to look at: Contents. The Contents area has a few more important options that we need to take a look at. So, inside this layout right now, we are going to go to File > Export and we're going to choose EPUB and we're going to call it epub-content. We'll click Save on our Desktop. Everything is fine in the General, we are going to leave this alone from our previous video, same thing with Image and I'm going to go down to Contents. Inside Contents, the first option is Format for EPUB Content and the first option is XHTML, which is the standard for EPUB.

XHTML is basically just a combination of HTML and CSS. In fact, if you were to take a normal EPUB file and take it apart, you would see it was just made up of normal HTML and CSS files. This is really the one you're going to probably want to leave it at. The other option is DTBook, which stands for Daisy Digi...

Exploring the Content Export options
Video duration: 5m 7s 1h 22m Intermediate

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Exploring the Content Export options provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5.5 New Features

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Design
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InDesign EPUB
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