On Sat, 19 Dec 2020 21:40:02 -0700 (MST)
"oddhack [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion]"
> Hi Steve,
> Is your book written in asciidoctor markup?
No, I write it in HTML and ran a self-developed Python program to turn
it into an eBook.
> If so, is the doc source
> / build toolchain available to inspect? What I'm getting at here is
> less the general question of writing CSS, than specifically how to
> inject and modify it when producing asciidoctor HTML output. Thanks.
Here's my take on toolchains' handling of CSS...
I personally think that each output format (ePub, PDF, HTML, etc)
should have its own CSS. What looks good on ePub can look horrible in a
PDF, and vice versa.
I haven't yet created an entire book in AsciiDoctor, but when I do,
I'll self-write the CSS to get it exactly how I want in the ePub. That
self-writing will probably consist of modifying every CSS style, so I'm
glad the toolchain gives me a best-guess CSS file to modify.
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