While Using InDesing to create an e-book, I found out that the fronts that use in the documents appear smaller than what I wanted in epub format?
example: my front size is 20, but when I export to epub, the front size is about 12 or 10!
I do not understand why? It doesn't have anything to do with the fronts that I used (Times News Roman)
It is driving me crazy as I do not know how ot solve it!
Oh, FONTS! Now I see. However, the size of the font in ebook readers is dependent on the device (and how the user has preferences set). There's a lot you don't have control over once your book moves from the print version to the ebook version. Maybe some day!
At first I thought: funny typo! Then I saw that 'front' was used everywhere. If one does not even know what it is called I start to wonder if one should do the work...
Anyway: the reader sets the fontsize on the e-reader device for EPUB, not the designer. It is not PDF it is EPUB, it can be changed by the user, so you never know at what size it will be read or where a pagebeak is.
Maybe you should catch up reading on design...