Millions use old computers and older versions of software because we simply have no other choice. Those of us who cannot afford an upgrade should not have our problems dismissed offhand because of that. If you can help with my problem, please do; it would be greatly appreciated.
I created an eBook in InDesign CS. There are scores of hyperlinks. Up to a certain point they work perfectly. The project is 99% finished. The final links I am now including are those in the Table of Contents; each link connects to a separate page in the eBook. However, halfway through the TOC, every link past that point ALL link to the same page. This tells me there may be a limit to the number of hyperlinks InDesign CS can accommodate? No warning message appeared telling me this and I can find nothing in the search engines. ID also allows me to keep creating more hyperlinks, which I would think it would prevent me from doing if the program had a threshold. If anyone knows a work-around, I am desperate after investing over 100 hours in this project. Thank you.
Do you work with CS or CS6? CS is quite old. 10 Years or more.
What do you mean with ebook? EPUB, HTML, PDF or…?
I solved the problem. I had included small illustrations inline in the TOC as decorative elements and these acted as an obstruction. Once removed, I had to redo the TOC links and now they all work. Thanks for considering my problem.
Yep, it's old. that's for sure. Adobe's current cloud rental is not configured for my older browser. My .mobi / ePub conversion guy works from PDF files. I save the ID file as a "PDF export preset ebook" and he does his magic from there. Thanks for answering