If you want you can find compilers through the Internet. The main problem with those is that they all use HTML and as new standards of HTML appear, you'll wake up that it doesn't work in a few years. This is one of the main reasons why ebooks are considered "cheap". I personally never agreed to this use of HTML although I already have good knowledge of XHTML (new future standard). In my company, we hard code all the contents while programmng the CD-Book (it can be used as a downloadable ebook too - but it just simply is not a ebook because of the lots of extra features we have - custom design, limited printing, protection...) Please visithttp://www.thecdbook.comto see what a CD-Book is and the features it can include. If you are interested, I'll be happy to discuss further.
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