When your document is ready to be exported, you may find that the exporting process will produce unexpected results. This happens because InDesign will look at the frames on your page from left to right and then from top to bottom. Depending on how your frames are located on your page, you may find that an item that was in the middle of your page ends up at the bottom. Here is an example:
Note that there are four frames in this document, one for the title, one for the upper graphic, on for the text and one for the lower graphic.
With this document as it is, let’s export it as an EPUB without any adjustments. We will save it to a folder on our computer naming it something appropriate, like Chapter 1. Then go to File>Export (choose HTML for the Save as type)