I may not be fully understanding the question, but because the
deliverable format is HTML or HTML-based
why would it matter what the authoring platform was, so long as it
output clean HTML (or one of the other formats)? The whole idea behind
HTML and format-independent structured formats is to remove the
authoring platform as a factor from the end product.
I'd expect an HTML book from Frame using either native filters,
MIF3Go, or another third-party filter to work as well as any other
product from any other source tool. I've never had a problem
integrating Frame-sourced HTML into a web page...
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On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 2:06 PM, Tina Ricks <kristina.ricks at verizon.net>
> Does anyone have experience with publishing a print book created in Frame
> for the Amazon Kindle? From what I've managed to figure out from the web,
> the output is HTML, and there are a lot of dos and don'ts available from
> Amazon. None of these, of course, refer to specific software that a book
> might be created in. It seems as if most of the traditional publishing world
> (big publishers like Random House, Harper, and so on) use InDesign, not
> If anyone has tips or a useful site, please point me in that direction.
> Tina Ricks | Editor | Trial Guides
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