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Better CSS Export for EPUB & HTML

This article appeared in Issue 110 of InDesign Magazine.

The ability to control which CSS classes to export is a welcome breakthrough

If you’ve been exporting EPUB or HTML files from InDesign, you may have run into some significant limitations (which may have caused you to bang your head repeatedly against the desk). The good news is that while it can still be difficult to get just the look your want for your EPUB, InDesign CC 2018 includes valuable improvements to its HTML and CSS export for EPUB—improvements that go a long way toward making your life easier. In this article, I’m going to explain those changes and how you can take advantage of them in your work.

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Kevin Callahan is an ebook developer, writer, and speaker based in New York City.