Just set the properties for each article individually and choose horizontal swipe only for those you don’t want to have vertical swiping. I warn you however that this may be confusing for your reader so I suggest a good instruction page.
Creating a sidecar.xml file may make this a bit easier if you’re going to be doing updates along the way.
Ok. Here I am again. Now with pictures to explain more clearly what I want. As I said:
What I want (and here comes the question) is that the content pages run ONLY vertically and the features ONLY horizontally. That is: The flow of reading goes vertically to change section and horizontally to browse or read each section.
That is what I have represented above (the darker page are the content pages and the lighter ones are the pieces of news). The trouble with what Bob suggested is that I just get this:
And that is surely not what I want.
I am about building each section as a long indesign file with the page(s) of content(s) at the first positions, but that will force me to make them just as one article and that would rest us a lot of flexibility...Any better idea?
Thanks for your patience.
Gustavo (posting from Madrid)
I made a experimental magazine where you go down to the next article and swipe right inside the same article (a magazine rotated by 90°), check out the video here: