02-03-2009, 09:56 AM
When creating ebooks from html, does anyone know how I can format it in such a way that Bookdesigner is able to load subtitles?
It can deduce titles from heading and BOLD text (or capital lettered text), but seems to autoconvert any subtitles to normal titles.
Anyone any idea on how to make BD recognize subtitles?
02-03-2009, 10:21 AM
If you have two titles immediately following one another, the second one will generally end up as a subtitle. Other than that, I'm afraid you just have to convert them. Simply display the element browser tool, display all the titles, select the ones which should be subtitles, and use the "Convert to" box at the bottom to convert them to subtitles. It takes only a few seconds to do.
02-03-2009, 10:51 AM
depends on what kind of book.
The bible has about 900+ titles that need to be formatted as subtitles.
I know I can convert all titles to subtitles,and then just convert the books like 'Genesis', 'Matthew' or 'Revelation' to titles. That'd give me only 66 books to pick (select)and reconvert.-> less work.
But if I know that perhaps I need to change the color in HTML, or maybe name them Heading 7 or so (<H7>Subtitle</H7>) that it'd work, I'd be much helped this way! (since it's very easy to search and replace the subtitle's heading with whatever needs to be put there in the HTML source).