Ebook Design (HTML)

Written by Shelley Lowery

When designing an HTML compiled ebook, you must create an HTML document (web page) for each page within your ebook. These pages should include all ofrepparttar following:

Introduction - You can create an image that compliments repparttar 108497 theme of your ebook, add your company logo and ebook title or whatever you'd like. You should begin typing your introduction on this page explaining what your ebook is all about.

Foreword - You can include information in regard to warranties, copyrights, trademarks or even an editorial.

Table of Contents - A Table of Contents is really optional. If your ebook contains only a few chapters, a Table of Contents really isn't necessary. However, if your ebook contains many chapters, it is highly recommended that you include a Table of Contents. This will enable your readers to quickly locate important information.

About - This is really an optional page. It really depends uponrepparttar 108498 type of ebook you're creating. If you're writing your information inrepparttar 108499 form of a how-to manual, then you should include an "About" page. This page should be used to tell your readers about your ebook, your company, your website, yourself or whatever you'd like. Make sure you provide your website address and your contact information.


HTML ebooks are created just like a website. In order to navigate throughrepparttar 108500 pages, you'll need to include good navigational links on each page. In addition, each page you create should contain links torepparttar 108501 previous and next page within your ebook. For example, page two of your ebook should have navigational arrows or links to page one and page three. Page three should have navigational arrows or links to page two and page four and so on.

File Names

All of your files, including HTML pages and graphics, should be placed within a folder by themselves.

Your main or starting page of your ebook should be called, "index.htm" or "index.html", as many HTML compilers require this. You can namerepparttar 108502 rest of your pages anything you'd like.

Creating Links

When linking to another page within your ebook, your HTML code should look like this:

Your Page

To display an image within your ebook, your HTML code should look like this:

Writing A Successful Ebook

Written by Shelley Lowery

With today's advanced technology, it has never been any easier for anyone to self-publish their own ebook. What's more, you can create and market your own ebook (electronic book) for an unbelievably low price. Once you purchase an ebook compiler and create your ebook, you'll automatically have an entire stock of inventory on hand continuously. In addition, when you begin selling your ebook, you'll pocket nearly 100% of your profits for each sale.

As you probably know,repparttar Internet is all about information and automation. Internet users want information and they want it right now. That's why ebooks are considered to berepparttar 108496 "perfect" online product. They provide Internet users withrepparttar 108497 information they desire and can be instantly downloaded.

The key to writing a successful ebook is to write for your potential customer. In other words, you must provide your potential customers withrepparttar 108498 information they desire. I know, you're probably thinking, "how on earth do I know what my potential customers want?" Well, there are a number of ways you can learn exactly what they want. For example, visit some online discussion groups inrepparttar 108499 area of your expertise. Go through all ofrepparttar 108500 posts and read all ofrepparttar 108501 questions. If you seerepparttar 108502 same questions posted on several groups, then this should give you a good idea as to what your potential customers want. Visit forums, message boards, and newsgroups -- subscribe to email discussion lists -- visit Amazon.com to seerepparttar 108503 top selling books and see if you can develop your ebook accordingly.

Once you've determinedrepparttar 108504 focus of your ebook, your next step will be to break your subject down into about 10 - 12 different areas. Each area will represent a chapter. For example, if your ebook is focusing on dog grooming, your chapters might look something like this:

Introduction to Dog Grooming Dog Anatomy Medical & Skin Problems Bathing & Brushing techniques Proper use and care of Equipment Clipper & Scissoring techniques Specific Breed Trims Mixed Breed Trims Safe Handling and Restraints Rare Breed Recognition

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