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Old 05-18-2012, 02:26 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Streadmob View Post
My choice is either simply to implement a direct 'click to illustration' facility and then publish, or just publish as is.
I'm still a bit confused about what exactly is going wrong with your book. Image links should work like any other link, provided you used unique link ids that start with a letter. (E.g.<a id="F5.1" /> is fine, but <a id="5.1" /> will cause problems later on.)

For example:

Code:
<p>Once the data point is selected, a window as shown
 in <a href="#F5.1">Fig. 5.1</a> will be displayed.</p>

<p>More text...</p>
<p>More text...</p>
<p>More text...</p>

<p><img id="F5.1" src="5.1.JPG" /></p>
BTW, why don't you simply insert the images immediately after the paragraph that references them?

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Originally Posted by Streadmob View Post
I do have everything (except images) all in the one html file, but my TOC section starts:

<a name="TOC"/> and not... <h3>TOC</h3>
I enclosed my sample TOC header in h3 tags, because all book headings should be enclosed in header tags; I didn't add a name attribute, because I don't backlink to the TOC from my chapter headings.
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