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Old 08-11-2007, 12:40 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by tsgreer View Post
Thanks Don! Actually I can't take too much credit for the cover either. All I did was lay it out, but the actual painting is "St. Theresa", painted in 1819-20 by François Gérard, a French neoclassical painter. Just a beautiful painting!

As for the formatting, I used html2lrf, the program written by kovidgoyal. I'm assuming you could start the page at the beginning of new page if you modified the HTML file.

I don't have a lot of experience in that and honestly, the more I messed around with it, the more I messed things up! I know is program is pretty good about being able to fine tune things, but I am still learning it...

So I guess to sum up my overly long answer to your question: "Um, I don't know yet." But I will take your concern to heart and work on that in the future! I never really noticed, but I guess most books that you all post are formatted that way...
If html2lrf does not auto page break at every chapter heading, you can put in
Code:
<p style="page-break-after:always"></p>
where you want to force a page break. And not just for chapter heads.
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