ePubCrawler is a great Adobe InDesign plug-in that allows you to transform a document into a collection of XHTML and CSS files.
ePubCrawler is able to combine two sources of data in order to create an ePub folder.
· InDesign CS3 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Changed behavior of $$PAGE_TITLE$$ placeholder, so information now now ‘cascades’ down. First, it will look near or on the page for a text frame with script label $$PAGE_TITLE$$, and use its content for the HTML page title (between …).
· If that cannot be found, it will use the XMP document title info instead.
· If that is empty, it will use the InDesign page name instead (section name + page number).
· $$PAGE_TITLE$$ is used in the tag on the default page snippets provided.
· Changed metaInfoLabelPrefix/metaInfoLabelSuffix in the config.ini from “META:”/”" to “$$”/”$$”, so InDesign script labels assigned to text frames whose contents provide meta-info now look more related to the placeholders they determine in the snippets.
· For example, the text content of a text frame with an InDesign script label $$PAGE_TITLE$$ will now automatically determine the value for the $$PAGE_TITLE$$ placeholder.
· The InDesign color [Black] is now special-cased so it maps to CSS #000000. Other colors are converte...