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Old 09-27-2010, 09:01 PM   #1
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Sans-serif fonts and iBooks

Has anyone come up with an alternative work a round for sans-serif fonts not being supported within the p., div, and span classes since this post on Liz's blog?

http://www.pigsgourdsandwikis.com/20...s-strikes.html

Since InDesign exports out Xhtml using all these class tags, What would be the correct method of changing them so the Sans-Serif font I want in my heading displays as sans-serif in iBooks, like it does everywhere else...

Keeping in mind I do not want to use the default H1, H2, H3 heading levels, unless, of course, I can find/change Paragraph names to h1, h2, h3 while keeping my defined formatting.

GRRRRRRRRR Apple iBooks GRRRRRRR

Thanks

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