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Old 07-14-2009, 11:53 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by nrapallo View Post
The 'oeb-page-head' and 'oeb-page-foot' CSS properties as well as 'oeb-column-number' are currently supported by the eBookwise .IMP format as noted in this thread.
Great, now we only need it in ePUB.

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Originally Posted by setzer View Post
in my oppinion ADE is supporting these things.. only the sony does not
Last time I tried the desktop ADE, it didn't support oeb-page-header. Well, it does recognize it as a valid value, but does nothing with it, so that the header is displayed as if it were normal text.

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and when i'm using display: oeb-page-head
should i have this .xpgt file included in epub ?
Hmm... the "display: oeb-page-head" goes in the CSS file, not in any .xpgt file or whatever (which I have never used). It's to be used like this:

Code:
<h1>Chapter 1</h1>

<div class="header">Chapter one, running header</div>

<p>Once upon a time...</p>
and then, in the CSS file (which can be inlined) you have:

Code:
div.header { display: oeb-page-head; }
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