I’ve been working with a couple great students building an original book on Spanish Phonetics and Phonology.
They would like to add a link at the bottom of every single chapter that would allow future users of the content and students to submit feedback, suggestions, etc. However, I don’t really want those links in our PDFs!
Is there a style or could I create a custom style that would tell PrinceXML to skip over certain content if I only wanted it in the electronic versions of the book?
We are imagining something like the screenshot below, but we don’t want to print that large chunk of text over and over again in a PDF. In this book, the improve this page link goes to a google doc with “suggesting” sharing permissions, so that someone can leave a comment or make a change in the book that can later be accepted or rejected by the team.
Could I define a custom style in my custom CSS area that would tell prince to not display it and then just wrap this additional footer in a div with that custom style? Is there another better way to do this that someone else has already thought of?