[French: Information de la Publication]
Provide the section with the title Publishing Information and mark with a Heading 1.
Leave URLs as they are (i.e.
www.canada.com/canada rather than
w w w dot Canada dot com etc.)
Retain all of the publishing information, even that which seems weird/unnecessary.
Note the only style applied to this section is
heading 1 for the heading and the publisher webpage is hyperlinked because it was in the original version. Remember to check all hyperlinks to make sure they still work. See hyperlinks for more.
Q: If the Publishing Info is at the back of the book do you want us to move it to the front? Should the order of the edited book be the same as the order on the Wiki Instructions Content List?
A: You can leave it at the back of the book as in the original reading order. Generally speaking, the order of the edited book should reflect the order of the original book that we're working from.
Q: Another question for "Angel Wing Splash Pattern," part of the publication information has been format formated in a text box and I was wondering if I should move the text to the body document and delete the text box? Or should the information stay in a text box to be more consistent with the source pdf document?
A: Do not add a text box to the Publishing Information. We do not add any additional formatting Publishing Information.
Q: The two French books I've worked on (Le Drap Blanc and Pilleurs de Reve) both have publisher address information after the cover page and before the title page. In Pilleurs de Reve, the copyright page comes after the title page. What should we do with the address information?
A: You can move it to below the Title and Author on the Title Page.