I am trying to create an epub file (in epub 3), and will be using KindleGen to convert it into kindle's mobi format. At the moment I was working on the table of contents files, and there were a few things that I needed to ask, that I would be glad if someone were to answer.
Firstly, I wanted to include superscripts and have different font styles and sizes for each subheading in the table of contents, is this possible in the logical TOC without all the botchings in different eReading devices, or should I create an html TOC for this purpose ?
Secondly, after having created these two TOCs (if two are needed), should these both be included in the tag ? How will the reader know which one is logical and which one is html (and hence shown to the reader at the beginning after the cover page) ?
Thirdly, I am using 'list-style-type: none' in the epub css to remove numbers from the ordered list for epub's table of contents in the logical TOC. Is that acceptable for epub and kindle ? I looked up at some sample epub code, and they seem to have included it without any ill-effects. Tried to look up if Amazon allowed this property for kindle but didn't find any reference to it. So, is it an okay property to use ?