|06-11-2012, 05:52 AM||#16|
Join Date: Aug 2010
(Sigil creates .epub files, however, KindlePreviewer will compile them.)
I trust it's okay to hijack the thread, since the problem was resolved?
I write my Kindle books in html, and when I am happy with the result as uploaded to the KDP, I then open the html in Sigil and create an epub for Barnes & Noble. Because of the way I work--which I honed by hit&miss before the "mandatory" NCX file came into our lives--my Kindle books are innocent of this feature.
Would I perhaps do better to invoke Sigil from the start?
My interest is almost entirely with the Kindle, since Amazon routinely outsells B&N nine or ten to one; this has been my experience for four years now. Creating an epub for the Nook is just a courtesy to my friends who happen to own that device.
|08-05-2012, 01:36 AM||#17|
Join Date: Jun 2012
Probably just ignore me; I'm about the least knowledgeable person on this site!
Anyway, here it is...
Can't you just convert your mobi file (rather than your html file) to ePub using calibre?
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