Several in5 (InDesign to HTML5) users have asked about creating long chapters within their Baker Framework ebooks, so I put together the following video to demonstrate how this can be accomplished using InDesign and in5.
The technique in the video is enhanced by some additional features that have been added to a recent update to in5.
Baker-specific enhancements for in5 v2.1.3
Vertically scrolling (tall) pages within Baker now return to the top automatically when leaving the page.
Added script to merge multiple pages into a vertically scrolling (tall) page.
Switched on zoomable by default in book.json file for HPUB.
Removed viewport meta tag from HPUB thumbnail page.
The Baker Framework is a free code library that allows you to publish beautiful, interactive books (or magazine issues) to the iPad and iPhone.
To start creating ebooks from InDesign today, you can
There are many cases where it makes sense to hide particular elements on mobile displays. One of these cases is a print button that is used to print the screen.
Since mobile devices are generally not attached to printers, a (now) useless print button is taking up valuable screen real estate. This post will cover some techniques to hide items on mobile devices.
This is the first video in a series on digital literacy. The goal of this video is to provide an overview of HTML and Flash technologies, primarily for non-technical viewers. Future videos may cover aspects of these technologies in more depth and provide a foundation for deciding when to use each technology.