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Free Lynda.com Video: Creating HTML Layouts With InDesign

Whether you’re creating content for the web, an ebook, an email campaign, or an app, HTML is the technology you need to be using. What’s that you say? You don’t know HTML? You only know InDesign? Well, guess what? Your favorite page layout program can help you create HTML for all those uses. And in his Lynda.com course Creating HTML Layouts With InDesign, Justin¬†Putney walks you through the process.

Here’s the course description:

Not only is HTML the language of the web, but it can also be used to create ebooks, mobile apps, and rich emails, and it can be embedded in other formats like DPS. This course will walk you through each of those options, help you decide which are right for your project, and show you best practices for successfully exporting your content and layouts to HTML so you can share it with the world. Author Justin Putney also introduces some inexpensive development options for mobile apps, and shows how to take your results from this course to the next level with CSS and JavaScript.

Topics include:

  • Exploring InDesign’s HTML and EPUB export options
  • Publishing to the web
  • Embedding HTML elsewhere
  • Creating web and mobile apps
  • Working with text and images
  • Solving export problems
  • Customizing your HTML layout with CSS and JavaScript

In the free video below, Justin shows the process for publishing InDesign docs as EPUBs. Check it out!

Publishing as an EPUB


For Lynda.com members, if you are currently signed in to your account, you can also check out these videos from the series.

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Mike Rankin

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