There needs to be more detailed step by step information in your instructions. For example, am I expected to create the entire book in one file? Or can I upload individual chapters? Should the photos be in an accompanying folder or just in loose with the chapter files? Do you recommend using a program like Dreamweaver to create the files like a web site?
Can there be links in the document to the end notes? Will there be individual page numbers? It seems, using html, that an index will be useless if there are no page numbers. Can a person jump from the table of contents to a particular chapter and if so, how do we link to it, or does the reader have to scroll through the entire document to find the start of chapter 20, or the Bibliography?
Please give more details rather than how to use html. That is not much information. I already know how to use html, I want to know more detail on correct layout, please.
This answer is very helpful. But I need an example HTML page including at least the major tags, if not all. It could be very short -- e.g. just one Book Title page, one TOC, paragraph, one image, one anchor, etc., but enough to where it is very obvious just what Kindle accepts and expects, as just a list of tags doesn't convey vrery much, at least to me. Maybe we need a "Dummies HTML for Kindle" book as they always give lots of examples, and are thus a very helpful resource.
And since there are no page numbers for a TOC, I would like a hyperlink for each TOC line to the place in the file where that entry starts. Again just a few, but that would be enough to make at lease me understand it a lot better.