I don't understand your question? What do you mean?
Like Willi, I do not understand the question. However, one clue: When I am making headings, I often set the Horizontal Alignment (in the Paragraph panel, or the paragraph mode of the Control panel) to
- Align Toward Spine
- or Align Away from Spine
That way it will move away from or toward the edge of the page, depending on whether it is an even or odd page.
Sandee wrote about how you can even do this with tables here:
I'm making a bilingual book. Thai language on even pages and English on odd pages. Is there any way to make some headers consistency (same baseline grid)? without making extra space returns like this.
I have posted the question few months ago here https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1579203
Oh, I see. I did not understand before.
That is a very difficult problem. You could try doing it as a long table, but table cells cannot break in the middle.
It cannot be done natively in InDesign.
However, a while back I set a book of Psalms with facing Hebrew and English in a layout similar to what you are describing. I wanted the psalm headings (Psalm 56, etc.) to line up with each other on the facing Hebrew and English pages, so I wrote a script that does this. It worked very nicely, including when headings are at the top of a page. Of course, when things reflow, the script must be rerun.
If you're interested to purchase the script (some modifications would need to be made) please get in touch: admin [at] id-extras.com