On second thought, my epub will consist of several chapters, each represented by a different "document." So if my footnote is in a document named "Appendix6," would I link to it @ <a href="/Chapter10#112">112</a>?
Why not use InDesign's hyperlink panel.
I've checked out the hyperlink panel and watched a few tutorials, but I'm still confused.
Here are a hyperlink and text anchor I created with the hyperlink panel:
<p class="Basic-Paragraph">I am a <a id="_idTextAnchor001"></a><a href="#A1" title="Reverse Link">TEXT ANCHOR</a>.</p>
And here's a hyperlink that points to it:
<a href="#_idTextAnchor001" id="A1" title="Link">LINK</a>
If both items are on different pages in the same document, it works fine. But if they're in different documents within the same book, it doesn't work at all.
To clarify, I created a series of documents, each one representing a chapter in my book. Then I created a book and imported all of the documents into it. When I export it as an epub, it works fine - I can page through all the chapters. But the internal links don't work.
I'm doing a lot of this work with BBEdit, modifying files in a published epub. InDesign is proving very hard to work with. But my link works when the link and anchor are both in the same document. Any idea what the problem is?
Problem solved. I was just writing links and/or anchors incorrectly. I now understand how linking in epubs works, and everything's working fine.