2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 26, 2017 9:53 AM by cujo99

    Cell Style vs Table Style when exporting


      My table styles specify a default cell style for table cells, and I use different cell styles to apply variations within a table. When I export to ePub, the default table style appears, not the cell style applied. It appears the cell style is applied first and the default cell from the table style is second, wiping out the attributes in the cell style.  This seems to be the opposite of how it works in Indesign.


      Is there a way to prevent this-?

        • 1. Re: Cell Style vs Table Style when exporting
          Laubender Adobe Community Professional & MVP


          what is your version of InDesign on what OS platform?
          Also important: What kind of ePub do you export?


          Some screenshots will be of help.
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          If you want to share code from the created HTML or CSS, crack open the ePub file by doing a duplicate of the file, change its suffix to zip and unpack it. To format code in a Forum reply use the function "Use advanced editor", select your text and go to >> Syntax Highlighting and do it with the XML or css options. For JavaScript just go for javascript.



          • 2. Re: Cell Style vs Table Style when exporting
            cujo99 Level 1

            Ah, I figured out the problem. The cell styles were in the wrong order in my CSS!