DP Official Documentation - Post-Processing and Post-Processing Verification
- Advantage of XHTML? What is the
- Appendix: Document Type Declarations
- Approximately centring poetry—even in old browsers
- Attribute, The “style”
- Attributes, The “Class” and “id”
- Attributes, The
<html>element and language
- Block elements
- Book covers which only display in e-reader versions
- Borders, Tables with
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
- Centred illustration, Ordinary
- Centred illustration with a caption
- Centred illustration with a more complex caption
- Centring poetry on the page
- Changing gesperrt emphasis to another type of emphasis
- Changing one element type to another
- “class” and “id” attributes, The
- Convert your HTML file to “mobile” formats, How to
- Cover image: displayed in the HTML and “mobile” versions
- CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
- CSS for different media types, Testing
- CSS properties for influencing page breaks
- Definition: What’s in a line?
- Document type declaration, The
- Document Type Declarations, Appendix:
- Drop-caps, Illustrated
- Elements, Block
- Elements, Inline
- elements, Types of HTML
- Elements and nesting
- Emphasis, Changing gesperrt to another type
- Emphasis, normal and even stronger
- Emphasis, What if it isn’t italic?
- ebookmaker’s CSS, Overriding
- ebookmaker does …, What
- (ebookmaker) adds some CSS
- (ebookmaker) changes media type “handheld” to “all”
- (ebookmaker) converts elements with special CSS classes
- (ebookmaker) how to test the result
- (ebookmaker) removes some things
- (ebookmaker) splits your file
- E-reader versions, Book covers which only display in
- General principles for marking up headings
- General principles for using tables
- Gesperrt emphasis, Changing to another type of emphasis
- Goals for representing poetry
- Half-title pages
<head>element, character encoding and entities, The
- (Headings) Further reading
- Headings, General principles for marking up
- Headings hierarchy makes sense? How do I find out whether my
- Headings? What do I do with multi-part
- Hiding “see larger version” links
- How do I find out whether my headings hierarchy makes sense?
- How to convert your HTML file to “mobile” formats?
- How to make your tables more readable?
- HTML and “mobile” versions, Cover image: displayed in the
<html>element and language attributes, The
- HTML elements, Types of
- Illustrated drop-caps
- Illustrated title page, or other illustrated text
- Illustration, Ordinary centred
- Illustration with a caption, Centred
- Illustration with a more complex caption, Centred
- Illustration with text flowing around it
- Images, Note about processing
- Influencing page breaks, CSS properties for
- Inline elements
- Italics, Marking up different types of
- Making sure that your book is useable
- Marking up different types of italics
- Marking up headings, General principles for
- Marking up poetry in HTML
- “Media types”? What are
- (@media) And how do I use this, now?
- (@media) Do you have a few examples of its use?
- “Mobile” versions, Cover image: displayed in the HTML and
- “Mobile” versions, Cover image: only for the
- Multi-part headings? What do I do with
- Nested CSS
- Nesting, Elements and
- Normal emphasis, and even stronger emphasis? And what if I have
- Not tables, Things that are
- Note about processing images
- Page breaks, CSS properties for influencing
- (Page breaks) Examples
- (Page breaks) Further information
- Plain title pages
- Poetry, Centring on the page
- Poetry, Goals for representing
- Poetry, Marking up in HTML
- Poetry, There is no such thing in HTML
- Presentational vs. semantic markup
- Principles for marking up headings, General
- Principles for using tables, General
- Processing images, Note about
- Semantic markup, Presentational vs.
- So, what is @media?
- Standard? Why conform to a
- “style” attribute, The
- Style them the way you want, Why some elements won’t let you
- Tables, General principles for using
- Tables more readable, How to make your
- Tables of contents (and lists of illustrations, etc.)
- Tables, Things that are not
- Tables with borders
- Testing CSS for different media types
- There is no such thing as poetry in HTML
- Things that are not tables
- Thumbnail with link to a larger version
- Title page, Illustrated, or other illustrated text
- Title pages, Plain
- Transitional vs. Strict
- Types of HTML elements
- What about the title page?
- What are “media types”?
- What are the differences?
- What ebookmaker does …
- What do I do with multi-part headings?
- What if I have normal emphasis, and even stronger emphasis? And
- What if my emphasis isn’t italic?
- What is @media? So,
- What’s in a line? Definition:
- What is the advantage of XHTML?
- Why conform to a standard?
- Why some elements won’t let you style them the way you want
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