Which format are your images originally in and what image conversion setting did you choose in epub export options dialog? If you are exporting as JPEG, choose JPEG in Image Conversion and "High" in Image Quality in JPEG Options in epub export options dialog.
For the ordering problem, you can use Articles Panel. This is available under Window->Articles. You can create a new article and add content to it. The order in the article is the order in which the objects will appear in exported EPUB. There is one more setting you have to choose for the ordering to based on Articles Panel. Select "Same as Articles Panel" in content order in EPUB export options dialog (This option is available in General Tab) while exporting to EPUB.
Thanks a lot..you almost saved my life (job)!
But the problem with the images still remains. In fact the financial graphs are .indd files, which have been done separately. Thus I imported them in the final document am working on to make the epub.
Still the resolution is crap; I even tried to save the graphs as PDF / JPEG files and import them, still nothing!
And 1 more question, how to make some images appear separately on a page, with no txt at the top and bottom of them?
If you want your images to appear standalone with no other page item on the page, then you can insert Page break on an image.
This is how you can specify a page break:
1. Select the image
2. Goto Object->Object Export Options
3. Select EPUB and HTML tab
4. Select Custom Layout check box and then check Insert Page break. You can select from the option in the dropdown-Before Image, After Image, Before and After Image as per your requirement.
Regarding your question about images:
You export your graphs as JPEG but are those JPEGs of good resolution? If they are, then InDesign is doing something wrong during export but if the JPEGs are not of good quality then it is not an export issue. Please provide some more details here.
thx for your reply. I found out the answer to my problem regarding the resolution of the images..in fact, the graphs and tables were genarated in indesign itself. I just had to increase their size for them to display accurately in the epub . I created a small script for that which resizes all the images at one go.
But I noticed that some text boxes do not display with their applied paragraph style, e.g, if a text box has a warm yellow background or a rule below style, the text displays without that background color! Any idea? --"
Btw thx to you my project is about 90% completion
The text boxes will not display with their background color unless Custom Rasterisation is set for the text frames in which case, the text frame will be rasterised with the exact appearance.
If you want a text frame with background fill, make it custom anchored. Only anchored text frames get the background fill in EPUB as of now.
BTW, I am glad to hear that your EPUB project is 90% complete