How do covers work for digital titles?

Jeff Montgomery -

Unlike a printed book, which often has a heavier cover made using separate files, a digital file can simply include covers as part of the book file.

In a normally formatted digital title, it is customary for the first page to be the front cover and the second page to be the back cover, with interior pages following; alternately, the first page can be the front cover and the last page the back cover, as you'd expect for a print title.

Optionally, the leading cover pages can be numbered with Roman numerals so the page numbering of the book matches the page numbering of the digital title.

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