Newly updated to Edition 2.0 (May 2014), qHow to Make Kindle Comics a Children's Booksq is a step-by-step guidebook for creating illustrated ebooks in the Kindle fixed-layout format. Illustrated with 167 images, this in-depth tutorial examines every aspect of the underlying code, including which features are available on which Kindle devices and apps, how they really work and why, and how to make the code do more than it was designed to do. Using two free templates as examples (links for which are provided in the book), R. Scot Johns takes you from simple, image-only files to highly complex, interactive layouts with live text layers, multi-layered content, and text and image zoom using Region Magnification and Panel View, as well as offering dozens of unique uses of the code, such as text translations for bilingual ebooks and switching images by double-tapping. qR. Scot Johns is the world's most knowledgeable person on the subject of KF8. He understands and communicates much more effectively than Amazon themselves do, and it would be in their interest to buy a copy of his new book for anyone who wants one.q - Dan Wright, Director, Circular Software The definitive guide to the Kindle fixed layout format, this tutorial will take you line by line through two working ebooks, including both the content and support files, explaining in painstaking detail what each element is for, and what your options are in every instance. In addition, each of the example templates are available for you to download and use in creating your own illustrated ebook project. R. Scot Johns is the author of Scot's Blog, qThe Adventures of an Independent Author, q which has long been a popular destination for news and analysis of the Kindle format, including the top-rated qKindle Fixed Layout Functionality Chartq that examines the current state of feature support across Kindle devices and apps, and which is included as Appendix A in this book.R. Scot Johns is the author of Scota#39;s Blog, aquot;The Adventures of an Independent Author, aquot; which has long been a popular destination for news and analysis of the Kindle format, including the top-rated aquot;Kindle Fixed Layout Functionality Chartaquot; ...
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