Using the Article panel


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Using the Article panel

If you have ever tried to export a normal InDesign layout to HTML or ePub, you might have noticed that certain parts of the layout came out in the wrong order. Your captions could be nowhere near their respective photos, a headline might appear after an article, and even paragraphs could be in the wrong order. The new Articles panel helps solve this problem by letting you create relationships in order among page items. With the article's InDesign file document open, let's do a fresh export and see what happens before I change anything to this layout. I'm going to go to File > Export and choose the format HTML.

I'll throw this on my Desktop and I'll call this standard. I'll click Save. In this export, I am going to choose Based on Page Layout. This means InDesign is going to guess on what it thinks the structure of the layout is. There are no other options because I haven't done anything else yet. I am going to be sure to include View HTML after Exporting...

Using the Article panel
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Using the Article panel 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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