I've moved your question to the new InDesign EPUB forum.
What version of InDesign are you using? What EPUB export settings are you choosing? Have you formatted your text with Paragraph Styles?
the settings to export are: Android 10", and EPUB 3.0
and yes, I Have formatted my text with Paragraph Styles, and others with character style, but when I select de export option and send it to Epub format the e-book is bad, it is like a normal text without any one style.
Help me please, I depend from this for a new job....thanks. ..
I use w8, 64b
I would need more details from you to help you out. Please open Edit all Export tags dialog and look out for Emit CSS setting for the styles applied. This dialog can be accessed from Paragraph styles panel fly out menu. I think this option (Emit CSS) is OFF and that is why you are not getting any styles in your export.
I am using InDesign 9.2 and exporting to epub 2.0.1. I have properly defined character, paragraph, and articles styles. Every file I output opens and is properly readable in Adobe Digital Editions 3.0, Calibre, my Android tablet, and Android phone using Google Play Books, and on my client's iPhone. The document shows "no problems" when passed through the "FlightCrew" validator. Nevertheless, when attempting to upload to IngramSpark for publishing, the title is repeatedly being rejected with the following comments:
Adobe Format Rejected - Invalid Metadata or Content File 04/07/2014 21:46:41 Conversion Error: An error has occurred during the packaging process: E_PACK_ERROR http://localhost:8085/packaging/Package File%20already%20encrypted%20or%20unexcpected%20font%20mangling%20algorithm:%20http://www.idpf.org/2008/embedding Request XML was: <package xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/adept"> <location>ftp://LIGHTNINGSOURCE\autoftp:s3tpwd@localhost/GBTargets/9780985849405.enc</location> <src>http://ebook.lightningsource.com/TitleDownload/LSCFD.dll?hdlr=ADEPT&
I cannot for the life of me figure out what more I need to do. The CSR at IngramSpark will only say, "We recommend you send the file to Vook, and they can fix it." Well, I don't want to spend $150+ for something that I can probably fix on my own . . . if I only knew what the real problem was.
Can anyone decipher this "Conversion Error" message and recommend a solution?