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Author: Simon Worthington[i]

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Abstract

A catalogue of 'Parts of a Book' for the purpose of multi-format publishing and finding solutions to key unresolved questions about how to ensure the integrity and use functions of these parts when used across many output formats such as eBooks, websites, print, PDF, etc.

Major issues needing investigation[edit | edit source]

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  • Table of contents
  • Covers
  • Page numbers
  • Table captions
  • CSS Typesetting: Adaptive CSS or Paged CSS?

An index of parts of a book[edit | edit source]

Link to Ethercalc parts of a book list on chat room https://matrix.to/#/!TzmwXbpUyLkteKuxiH:matrix.org?via=matrix.org (expand pinned Ethercalc spreadsheet at top of chat).

EPUB questions[edit | edit source]

  • Can image caption numbers be made consecutive across chapters in an EPUB using CSS or do they need to be hard coded.

What formats can serve as a source to encode 'Parts of a Book'[edit | edit source]

Additional information[edit | edit source]

Acknowledgements[edit | edit source]

Any people, organisations, or funding sources that you would like to thank.

Competing interests[edit | edit source]

Any conflicts of interest that you would like to declare. Otherwise, a statement that the authors have no competing interest.

Ethics statement[edit | edit source]

An ethics statement, if appropriate, on any animal or human research performed should be included here or in the methods section.

References[edit | edit source]