There are three ways to create a section break:
1. You can create a regular section break, usually denoted with an asterisk. To inject such a break, add the following code in the TEXT editor:
You can add whatever you like in the between the tags and it will appear in the output, so you might want to add, say:
The "*" will not appear in the outputs, but it's a good idea to leave it there, for purposes of editing, and since it is always best not to have empty tags.
3. You can create a section break with a page break:
4. You can create a section break with glyphs
If you want to use an image for your section break, then you can do the following:
- Add the image using the Media Uploader (see Adding Images)
- Make sure the image is centered
- Then make sure the image is wrapped in a centered image div, as follows:
<img alt="section-break" src="http://guide.pressbooks.com/files/2014/02/image.png" />
NOTE: you can also add glyphs using special "wingding" fonts, but we've seen instances where these are not rendered correctly on Kindles, resulting in a "glyph" turning into a "letter."
For more information, check out this guide chapter.