One of the appeals of having an interactive ebook instead of a paper book or even a standard PDF is the ease of navigation and reaching information. This is why splitting your ebook content into separate files, each representing a single chapter or sub-chapter, would help your readers navigate easily using a table of contents.
This is easier said than done however. Ebooks with special content such as image scans, sophisticated HTML or complex interactivity, may not be easy to divide. Even semantically, sometimes it makes no sense to divide content into separate files, but rather more meaningful to let the user see a continuous flow of information for that subject.
The way to still provide useful navigation throughout this type of monotonous flow is through the user of anchors. Anchors are invisible points in your content, which mark a reachable location in text. Think of them as bus stops on a long road. Anchors lie within the flow of content itself; this means they will reflow along with the content.
This guide will show you how to use Kotobee Author to create anchors that will help your users seamlessly navigate through your ebook. We will demonstrate useful shortcuts to link chapters and subchapters to various anchors throughout the text, without having to split the content.