After you've uploaded your file, Kindle converts it to HTML. You can download the zip file to your computer. Then unzip it to a folder with the same name as Kindle gave the zip folder.
When you open the folder, you will see a list of files. The one you want is the one with the extension.html.
Open this file in a text editor. My favorite is Notepad++. It uses color to identify opening and closing tags, so it's easier to figure out what's gone wrong if you miss a piece of coding.
The HTML Kindle uses is simple once you know what you are looking at. The first thing you will see is the opening HTML tag . This is followed by . There may be a pair of