Text boxes, sidebars, and asides are all what are considered
secondary content should be moved to an appropriate place within the main narrative flow. You do not want to create a break in a sentence, but you want to maintain it as close to the original as possible
Insert any secondary content, such as sidebar content, using a text box.
Asideto the top heading of the secondary content, or if there is no heading for the secondary content add one that simply states
Aside. The Production Coordinator will add the appropriate tagging during conversion. If you have any questions about this, please post them in the Q&A
This text box will translate to an <aside> tag. A text box may contain formatting (italics, bold, lists, headings, etc.).
To create a text box:
Now you have a text box! Then do the following:
In Line with textjust like any image in the book. This will ensure it is not a floating object and will avoid any issues in conversion
Here is a video demo on how to create text boxes for secondary content: https://somup.com/crlIYe0mRl
Below is an screenshot of a complete text box:
This is what it looks like when it is converted into an epub:
Habaneros are not at everyone’s neighborhood grocery store. And once you do find and buy a bunch of them, you’ll probably use only one or two at a time, because they’re so fiery. Instead of letting the leftover chiles languish in the refrigerator, put them in a resealable bag and pop them in the freezer. They’ll keep there for a few months. When you’re ready to use them, let them defrost for a few minutes at room temperature.