View Full Version : Ran my book through epubcheck and got an error message. Help!


PhoenixTree
06-10-2011, 04:18 PM
Can someone tell me what this means and how to fix it?

1.ERROR: spy-in-the-house-of-fitzwalter.epub: The file tmp_b6199802438ea49a9d6bf27eeedcf5e1_d5sAl2_html_m 593a74ff.png does not appear to be of type image/png

DaleDe
06-10-2011, 08:19 PM
It is a very clear message. The file has a .png but the image is not a png file, likely it is a jpg file.

By the way, this was posted in the wrong place. I moved it for you.

Dale

Linda Rae Blair
06-12-2011, 12:22 PM
Receiving the following errors and have absolutely NO idea what I am supposed to do to fix them. Does anyone know what the heck this means?:blink:

1).epub/tmp_af8fff1ded3ce330cc30a251c1ae0968_BRZ8o5.ch.fix ed.fc.tidied.stylehacked.xfixed_split_003.html(194 3): attribute "width" not allowed here; expected attribute "abbr", "align", "axis", "char", "charoff", "class", "colspan", "dir", "headers", "id", "rowspan", "scope", "style", "title", "valign" or "xml:lang"

I converted to epub on Smashwords and haven't been able to eliminate this problem. I've gone through and narrowed the print page, have all my chapters tagged for the ncx, but these fixes haven't helped eliminate any of the above.

st_albert
06-12-2011, 04:53 PM
Receiving the following errors and have absolutely NO idea what I am supposed to do to fix them. Does anyone know what the heck this means?:blink:

1).epub/tmp_af8fff1ded3ce330cc30a251c1ae0968_BRZ8o5.ch.fix ed.fc.tidied.stylehacked.xfixed_split_003.html(194 3): attribute "width" not allowed here; expected attribute "abbr", "align", "axis", "char", "charoff", "class", "colspan", "dir", "headers", "id", "rowspan", "scope", "style", "title", "valign" or "xml:lang"

I converted to epub on Smashwords and haven't been able to eliminate this problem. I've gone through and narrowed the print page, have all my chapters tagged for the ncx, but these fixes haven't helped eliminate any of the above.

I think this is a common smashwords problem. Do a search on "smashwords". I don't think the solution is within your power.