Author: zoewakehyde

Latest Updates from Pressbooks: Theme Lock Feature, Improved Section Openings

By Zoe Wake Hyde Our latest update is out and with it comes a few changes you should know about. Read on to find out more. New Theme Lock Feature At Pressbooks, we are always working to make the system better for you. One of the biggest challenges we have to balance is how to improve

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Latest Updates to the Pressbooks System

By Zoe Wake Hyde If you’ve ever tried a new feature in Pressbooks, you know that we’re always trying to improve our system and make it work for you, our users. But what you might not know is that behind the scenes, we’re making regular updates and changes, many of which you won’t ever notice.

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Introducing: Hypothesis Annotations in Pressbooks

By Zoe Wake Hyde Pressbooks has recently added Hypothesis as an annotation and highlighting tool that can be added to your webbook. If you already know about Hypothesis, we think you’ll be quite excited by this, but if you’re not familiar, here’s what you need to know. What is Hypothesis? Hypothesis is a simple web annotation tool

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[UPDATED] Temporary Issue with Cardo Font in PDF Exports

This issue has now been resolved, but some users may need to make a small change if they are using Custom CSS with any of the affected themes. See instructions on how to fix the problem at the end of this post. We’ve recently encountered an issue with our PDF conversion tool that will temporarily

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Image Sizing & Resolution for Your Book

By Zoe Wake Hyde At Pressbooks, we often get questions about how to make sure the images in your book are print-ready and ebook-perfect. To address some of the most common queries and offer some guidance on how to manage your images even before you upload them to Pressbooks, we’ve developed this short FAQ. It should

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Changes to Footnotes in Galbraith and Graham Themes

We have recently made a small change in the Galbraith and Graham themes that may increase your page count if you have a long book with lots of footnotes. We have slightly altered the footnote spacing in order to give the text more room, particularly next to page footers, and while we have minimized the

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