I design the produce books for a small publisher. In the past, we've only put out Kindles, and I've used the Kindle plugin for CS6 to make them. No problems, really, except that I have to move the book from CC to CS6 and work there. We only do 4-5 books a year, so that overhead isn't really too high. However, now we want to make iBooks. Accordingly, I've begun to use the epub export facility on InDesign CC (latest). I like it, but there's a problem I can't solve, and I can't find the right combination of search terms to get me going. I thought I'd ask here before turning to the Adobe forums. Our books (and everyone else's) always have a "half title page," generally the 3rd page in, on which we put a graphic (jpg, usually a version of the cover), the title, the author, and the publisher (each in its own text box). I've attached an example. In the print world there's not the least problem, of course. It's an easy thing. CS6's Kindle generator doesn't assemble the page correctly, so I typically make a jpg of the entire half title page and drop it in as an image. I can't control the size, but that's OK with the authors and publisher and presumably the readers. I've got a handle on everything I need to do with CC's epub export except how to make the half title page's jpg stay put on its own page, no matter how the reading window is resized. Although I figured out a workaround, I can't find a straightforward way to place what amounts to a page feed before that page and its image. I may be doing something wrong (I've only been at this a week), but I can't make the epub export module give me a new page before a graphic. Everywhere else, when I need a new page, I take the top text and apply a paragraph style that includes "Split document (epub only," and it works as it should. But not with images. I spent some time trying to figure out whether using an anchor would solve my problem, but I failed. It's entirely possible that I don't properly understand what an anchor is, but in any case every time I thought I'd anchored the image, it wouldn't stay put. I had to get iBook samples out to the author and a few readers, so I punted by placing a single period at the top of the page on which I wanted the image, and tagging it with the Split style. Then I made the period very small and turned it white. In iBook reader, it's not visible and the graphic stays where I want it. But it's just a workaround and I'd like to learn how to do it right, before the book goes on sale (in 3 weeks). I'm also going to make iBook versions of the publisher's entire catalog (20+ books) and I'd like to learn The Right Way before starting that task. Maybe there's a way to keep 3 text boxes and a jpg in a particular relationship on the same page (just as I do in print) in an epub page. I just don't know. So: can anybody tell me how to place an image on a page and force it to stay there in relation to the immediately-preceding page?