If any of you is willing to help us out a bit, would like feedback on what is wrong with our epub editions (Mike above mentioned it). We would like to improve the quality, and feedback from our readers is the best source. You may leave your comments here, or email me at email@example.com
The epub for this one contains one giant html file... and that's it. It has no css file to easily alter the appearance, and the html isn't split into manageable chunks. All of the various attributes such as spacing, height, indents, and such are hard-coded into the html file.