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Old 11-01-2012, 12:23 PM   #1
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Wanted: a) Reassurance b) HTML TOC advice

Sorry to bother you all again, but...

a) Having created (but not yet perfected) my book with Sigil I have put it through the kindle Previewer which has thrown up one or two problems. Is this the right forum for these problems or should I be posting in Sigil?

b) Through searching the forums, I know that a lot of time has been spent on TOCs and I apologise if the solution is out there and I haven't found it. I used Sigil 6.0 to create the HTML TOC required by kindle but the Previewer says I haven't got an HTML TOC.

In content.opf I have:

<item href="Text/TOC.html" id="TOC.html" media-type="application/xhtml+xml" />
</manifest>
<spine toc="ncx">
<itemref idref="TOC.html" />

and:

</spine>
<guide>
<reference href="Text/Cover.xhtml" title="Cover" type="cover" />
<reference href="Text/Copyright.xhtml" title="Copyright Page" type="copyright-page" />
<reference href="Text/Acknowledgements.xhtml" title="Acknowledgements" type="acknowledgements" />
<reference href="Text/TOC.html" title="Table Of Contents" type="toc" />
</guide>

I used kindle Previewer 2.51.

I suspect the question might make you not and the answer might even make me but I'm looking forward to learning what it is. Thanks for your suggestions.
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