…So, where do you go from here?…Well, there's a really nice title on the Lynda.com library, Distributing and…Marketing Ebooks, with David Wogahn, which is aimed at helping you get your…book out there into several stores, not just the Kindle store, so…that might be worth a look and a good complement to this course.…In technical terms, the world of ePub is an evolving landscape.…And unlike the geological timetable of an…actual landscape, things are changing quite quickly.…
You will get much better results the more you know about…HTML and the more you can dig in and tinker with that.…And perhaps to a greater degree, the more you know about CSS.…You could, for example, learn how to use something called media queries,…so you have slightly more control on different devices and screen sizes.…There are a few courses on the Lynda.com library that can help you with that.…The good news is, for terms of ePub, you don't…have to learn everything there is to know about CSS.…It's a fairly limited set.…
If you need further help, you can check out the forums…
- Reviewing ebook formats
- Converting to EPUB from Word and Pages
- Converting HTML/XHTML to EPUB
- Adding a cover image
- Editing metadata
- Building a TOC
- Adding and editing links
- Publishing to Amazon
Skill Level Beginner
Ebooks: Distributing and Marketingwith David Wogahn3h 16m Intermediate
1. Formats and Tools
2. InDesign Workflows
InDesign CS4 to CC2m 47s
3. Word, Text, and HTML
4. Tools of Choice
5. Editing Your EPUB with calibre
6. Editing Your EPUB with Sigil
7. Publishing to Amazon
Where to go from here1m 36s
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