In this week’s addition to our video series, we present a brief introduction to the basics of adding and editing images to your book in Pressbooks. Sample image photo credit: Luke,Ma via photopin cc
If you’re not sure where to insert your book metadata, our newest tutorial will help. Including metadata in your book file and in the bookstores is a crucial step to connecting your book with interested readers and elevating your book’s discoverability. Watch the video to learn how and where to insert your book metadata using
Wondering what to do after Pressbooks? Getting your book into bookstores is the next step. This is a relatively easy process that in most cases, you can do yourself. For Kindle, the next step to publishing in the Kindle store is to upload the Mobi file via the Kindle interface. This video shows you how
Ever wondered how to customize the look of your book just a little more, or even start from scratch with a design personalized to you? The latest in our video series is a brief introduction that shows how to get into your CSS in Pressbooks and format your book so you can make the look
Wondering how to get your book out of Pressbooks so you can upload it into the bookstores? Our latest tutorial video will show you how. And before you export, choose your book’s design by applying a theme. Tutorial here: Have a function in Pressbooks you’d like demystified? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll consider your suggestion for
We’ve just released more how-tos, on how to add a copyright notice to your book and how to adjust your Web book’s privacy settings in Pressbooks. You can view these and other tutorials on the Pressbooks’ YouTube channel. Or, watch below:
Now live: The latest installment in our Pressbooks User Guide, on how to use Pressbooks’ visual and text editors to produce your book. The chapter explains the difference between Pressbooks’ two modes of editing, when you might want to use each for different scenarios and how to get the most out of the book formatting menu options.