I am using a set of tutorials that outline how to create my ePub TOC.
I used this method successfully for my last ebook.
This time, I am subdividing my TOC.
The TOC links are NOT Chronologically based by the chapter sequence
but based upon a Subject.
A fictional TOC example follows.
I needed to add or rather insert a page at the very beginning of my document (page 2) so that I could physically type in the TOC Contents as above.
Layout > pages > insert pages > insert after page 2.
When I export this....
The TOC Contents is the very last page of the ePub.
But in my inDesign Document it is on page 1.
Can someone explain this please ?
I have the Indesign 800+ page PDF but there is not anything on TOC.
It probably has something to do with how your text boxes are connected in InDesign. You need to put the table of contents in the "flow" of the book.