|03-29-2011, 08:13 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2011
I jus converted a epub using mobipacket creator to mobi.
But what I found is that there are no background images displayed.
Also default top and bottom margins for <h*> tags were gone.
I used Kindle for PC to preview the mobi file.
Is it normal in .mobi format or any problem in CSS...?
PS: I'm just new to these .mobi formats.
|03-29-2011, 05:51 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Device: Kindle, iPad (not used much for reading)
I see nothing in the Mobipocket list of supported HTML tags to suggest that background images are supported. Probably would not look very good on an e-ink reader, or even on a monitor screen, in most cases (if behind text).
Most tools convert CSS as best they can, to the actual tags permitted for Mobipocket format, as far as I know.
Perhaps your CSS has messed with the margins for h* tags, and caused the margins to be gone? Normally, I see decent spacing before and after h* tags, when I convert HTML to Mobipocket format.
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