How to vertically align image in .ePub?

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Here’s a sample code to align image vertically in .ePub

Step1: Open your .ePub file in Sigil or similar software.

Step 2: Go to “Styles” folder. Add this code to your .css file.

CSS:

img.verticalCenter {

width: 100%;

max-height: 50%;

margin-top: 40%;

margin-bottom: 30%;

}

Step 3: Open your HTML file with image to be aligned vertically. Change your code as following:

HTML

<p style=”text-align: center;”>

<img alt=”index-15″ class=”verticalCenter” src=”../Images/index-15_1.jpg”/>

</p>

Note: Text-align:center will center the image horizontally.

Step 4: Add the following code to <head> tag in order to avoid the overflow:

HTML

<style type=”text/css”>

@page {padding: 0pt; margin:0pt}

body { text-align: center; padding:0pt; margin: 0pt }

p { padding:0pt; margin: 0pt }

img { padding:0pt; margin: 0pt }

</style>

Step 5: Save your .ePub file to view the changes.

Results:

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How to give top margin in Kindle?

Unfortunately, this will not work for Kindle devices. So for Kindle, we can put some margin on top of the text, like:

.margins

{

margin-top:50%;

}

This will also give result. But margin from top will depend upon the length of target text.

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