A goog solution for image resolution issue could come from the excellent
Template:FreedImg & Template:FreedImg/span by George Orwell III (into
en.source) ande derived Template:FreedImg into it.source It loads
full-size image (or a "large thumbnail"), then it resizes it at browser
level, and width can be specified as percent of containing html box.
Some additional css is to be added to "ePub related" one and ePub rendering
shold be tested carefully; I did this much time ago with a layman approach.
2014-07-14 9:04 GMT+02:00 Andrea Zanni <zanni.andrea84(a)gmail.com>om>:
Dear all, here are some poorly translated suggestions
from a friend who
tried the WS epub converter. He's a professional with epub and ebooks, so I
trust him :-)
The problem is that I'm not sure at all if I translated well,
as I don't understand what he says...
- there are imperfections in the css:
* ex. in the td padding:
padding: 0.2 em; the space between the value and the unity of measure can
create problems in some ebook readers;
* word-wrap:break-word; this is a CSS3 rule, I don't think it is used by
* I would add a margin at the border or the page with the @page, or it
could happen that the text goes directly to the border in the ebook
readers... (especially at the top);
* tables with <td style="width:100%"> have content that sometimes goes
* images (for ex. maps) are too small. 220 pixel on a 250dpi screen as the
Kobo one means less than a stamp.
I would go also with percentage measures to the screen dimensions, and not
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