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Old 02-13-2011, 11:15 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by dwanthny View Post
This is the calibre forum. We will be glad to answer calibre specific questions but for epub validation questions you might do better in the Epub forum.
This is a 'line splitting' question' caused by incorrectly applying a H# tag to a file to attempt to get Calibre to build a TOC on conversion that does not contain the normal 'Chapter'... trigger, Keywords. (Personally, I use Sigil and skip this conversion step, dance )


This is where this topic crosses over to the EPUB section

The message say the user typed <H1> in the middle of a normal paragraph (just like it appears here).

H# tags shall only exist outside of a Paragraph block. The problem may also be, there is not a matching closing tag (</H1>) within the same block.



The Open Office [insert Plug for both here ] plug-in 'Writer2EPUB' works a treat for making EPUB from well formatted DOC files.
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