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Old 01-19-2013, 05:06 PM   #16
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Device: iPad, iPhone, Nook Simple Touch
Quote:
Originally Posted by ivanbayross View Post
Here is my first reply.

Have changed my page-break code to be:
<div class="pageBkBe4">&nbsp;</div>

.pageBkBe4
{
page-break-before:always;
}

I have introduced the &nbsp; between the <div class="pageBkBe4"></div>

I found this works perfectly in Bluefire Ebook Reader run on the iPad 2.

It is however ignored by Kobo Ebook Reader run on the iPad 2.

Do Ebook Readers work differently?

Has anyone has similar experiences with different Ebook Readers on an iPad or a Laptop?

Would really love to know.



Could you explain this a bit more please.

How does one place separate HTML files within Sigil to get appropriate EPub output?
Apparently:

Code:
<hr class="sigilChapterBreak" />
and then choose Tools -> Split on SGF Chapter Markers.

That said, I don't use Sigil, so I can't say for sure.
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