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Old 06-13-2010, 10:05 AM   #2
KevinH
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Hi,

Did you create his book from scratch or did you start by importing something?

Either way, according to the epub spec text must not be alone inside of the body tag. It must be enclosed in some other block level tag.

This is the cause of the: "text not allowed here", " not allowed in this context" messages.

This can generate lots! of messages.

The key (just like using a compiler) is to find and fix the *first* error and then work forward from there as earlier errors can cause multiple later errors.

For example, leaving an element unfinished (no closing tag) is a bad problem and one that can lead to many other things being called as errors.

Hope something here helps.

KevinH
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