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fabian Before anyone jumps in about the number of posts on this subject, I spent a couple of hour's going through the posts on this forum looking at what other people use to put the source code together.

I wanted to use " Web Page Maker " as Ive grown acustomed to this particular piece of software for building everything HTML.

What I'd like to know is, is this software compatable with Active Ebook Compiler.

Ive got Word in Office 2003 but it wont let me do what I want to build my pages.

Thanks a lot.

Michael  (Fabian).


Posted on: 4:00 pm on December 16, 2005
Storyman Hi Michael,

Shouldn't be a problem as long as all files (images, javascript, html, etc.) are saved in the same folder.

Basically, an ebook is nothing more than web pages without any server side script.

The only thing that can be an issue with drag-and-drop programs like Web Page Maker is the excessive amount of code that is generated. Normally this isn't a problem, but if you find your ebooks have excessive file sizes the bloated code is a possibility.

(Edited by Storyman at 9:58 am on Dec. 16, 2005)


Posted on: 5:49 pm on December 16, 2005
fabian Thanks Storyman

Michael.


Posted on: 7:05 pm on December 16, 2005
Storyman Hi Michael,

You're welcome. Let us have some feedback on how you like Web Page Maker.


Posted on: 4:18 am on December 17, 2005
teller Hello Storyman
Thought I'd pop back with some news about that updating inquiry I made some time ago. While turning out the boxes of CDR's to make room for still more I came across EBOOK STARTER which is a fantastic collection of how to write, publish and promote your ebook. Looking through the software I found a chapter on DYNAMIC EBOOKS detailing how to keep your sold ebooks up to date.
BUT !!!! I need this chapter described to me as if you were trying to explain it to a 12yr old. I know it sounds strange but I can't quite get my head around this chapter.
Let me know what you think.

Thanks a lot.

Oh and by the way WEB PAGE MAKER is quite simply the best thing ever to make web pages how you want them, so easy.

(Before teller I was fabian)

(Edited by teller at 3:38 pm on Feb. 11, 2006)

(Edited by teller at 7:51 pm on Feb. 11, 2006)


Posted on: 3:35 pm on February 11, 2006

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