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Old 01-26-2013, 09:10 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Toxaris View Post
I recommend looking at the site from Jedisaber. He explains the ePUB2 format quite well and it will help you.
I already found Jedisabers site. And the funny thing is: I copied his content.opf ... with the 2 question marks but yeah, his site is really helpful.

As I said, the "version error" was gone, once I changed the path in the content.opf file. After that I got some other errors, but mostly they were caused by bad bracketing (a closing tag too much) and stuff like that.

The only error I still get is about a jpg file. ("not conform to the opf standard"). I guess I will take the same html and jpg files and run them through Calibre and compare the outcoming code with my own code. If that doesn't help me then I will post it here.

But again, thanks for your helpful input.

Edit: never mind what I said earlier, about the jpg file. It seems as if I found the error. I used

media-type="image/jpg"

After changing the "jpg" to "jpeg", the image seems to be fine according to epub checker.

Last edited by NASCARaddicted; 01-26-2013 at 09:37 AM. Reason: solved
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