After downloading the latest version of InDesign (2014.1 aka October 2014), my exported epubs were totally messed up in iBooks. The fonts, links colors, heading were all wrong - even though they exported perfectly in the version released in June 2014. After much searching, I finally found the culprit in the content.opf file. In the old version (June 2014), this line was included in the content.opf
In the new version (Oct 2014) this line is nowhere to be found when I export.
What's the deal here? Is this a feature or a bug? Is there some new box I need to check to include that line when I export the epub?
This line is added in content.opf only when "Include embeddable fonts" setting (present in CSS tab in export dialog) is ON and not otherwise. Is this OFF in your case?
Hi Pooja, thank you for your quick response.
In my case it is off, because I do not include embeddable fonts.
But not including the meta property in content.opf messes up my epub in iBooks. For example, I specify a green color for my links in my attached CSS sheet, but when <meta property="ibooks:specified-fonts">true</meta> is not included in content.opf, all of my links are purple. It seems that much of my CSS is completely ignored when the meta property is not included in content.opf.