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Old 08-07-2012, 09:16 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
The reason there's the limit is that ePub supports CSS, and hence has to maintain state information for every part of the text.
So does Kindle (both the older versions and the Fire and other KF8 devices and apps) support CSS. I handle all my styles with an internal stylesheet,

I still don't understand the difference between a 137KB epub and a 400+KB html file. Which is the actual size of the book with respect to, for example, the 300KB limit mentioned by B&N?

(The epub in question had no problem being accepted by PubIt.)

Thanks!
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