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Old 05-20-2013, 03:12 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Jellby View Post
You can disable the text-wrapping around the chapter pictures by changing the first lines of the OEBPS/css/style.css file that you can find inside the epub (edit with Sigil, or with any text editor after extracting from the epub, which is just a renamed zip):

Code:
/* Wrap text around chapter titles: */
@import url("wrap.css");
/* Do not wrap text around chapter titles: */
/* @import url("nowrap.css"); */
Simply comment out (or delete the) "wrap.css" line and uncomment the "nowrap.css" line, i.e., make it look like this:

Code:
/* Wrap text around chapter titles: */
/* @import url("wrap.css"); */
/* Do not wrap text around chapter titles: */
@import url("nowrap.css");
If you want to remove those images completely, add "display: none;" to the div.chapter-head block in the same file.
That is just a superb idea, Jellby, thanks so much. I'm going to download the ebook to check out your CSS.

P.S. I working on The Innocents Abroad with grannyGrumpy. it has well over two hundred illustrations, some with text flowing around and some not, and with different proportions; it will be interesting to see if I can work out a way of using the same markup for the right or left floated images and the centred or full width images.

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