Many of you may be familiar with my ePub tutorial over at www.jedisaber.com/eBooks/
If you are, or if you are thinking about self-publishing, or if you need to edit any of your ePub books for any reason, I've now posted the first part of a Sigil tutorial:
The first part is a brief overview of what Sigil can do, and what all those buttons are. Coming soon, importing your book into epub using Sigil, and formatting your content.
The top part is the menu and toolbars, much like every other application out
The pane on the left shows the contents of the ePub Container (This should
look familiar if you've read my
manual ePub tutorial.)
The middle pane shows the contents of whatever file you've opened from the
left pane. Sigil can edit any part of the ePub file, including XHTML files (your
book), CSS files, the ePub structure files, and you can add images to the ePub
file right from Sigil too!
The right pane is the TOC, or Table of Contents, viewer. This is the stuff
that shows if you press the Table of Contents button in your e-Reader.
Sigil can edit XHMTL files in either WYSIWYG, or code view, or a combination
of both. (CSS files and the ePub structure files can only be edited in code
Let's look at what the toolbar buttons do....
For more, check out the full tutorial at the link above, and check back in the next few days for the other parts.