INDD to HTML - Questions about how it works! HELP!!!!!

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Hello Adobe community,

First of all, I want say thank you for all support. Every time i need the community is awesome with me and give me a good answers about my questions.

So, this is the thing. I`m a editorial designer from Brazil – (se algum dos amigos for do Brasil, um salve e conto com vocês nessa luta). I work like as many designers here in BR with didactic books, and this work are oriented by and document emitted by our government – call PNLD (National Program of Didactic Books in free translation).

Well, in this year, the government indicates a necessity of a HTML and/or EpuB format of the book.

I and my team need to understand more about the issue. One of you can show me/ or explain me how the HTML works on InDesign?

In a tutorial I learn something about how works the bookmarks, table of contents, Ebup hierarchy in the paragraph styles…and I achieve a reasonable result.

In other try, I found a script it works very well on the conversion, without a lot of setup, I have the same spread page in a number of html archives.

But, I can`t define what`s the difference in those constructions. And, if one or another have impact on the future extensions of the material, like a readable book for (Daisy Digital Accessible Information System)

Someone here are HTML expert to save my week (maybe my year =)?

Love you all. Be safe. Don’t support authoritarianism.

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The truth is, by itself, InDesign isn't very good for general HTML export. Your best bet is to use the in5 plug-in for InDesign as discussed in this thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/help-why-does-indesign-not-do-what-it-s-told/td-p/11876849

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The truth is, by itself, InDesign isn't very good for general HTML export. Your best bet is to use the in5 plug-in for InDesign as discussed in this thread:

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/help-why-does-indesign-not-do-what-it-s-told/td-p/11876849

 

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