|09-12-2013, 01:18 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2013
Device: Kindle Fire HD 7"
Sorry to bother you guys.
I've been looking for a decent way of making a personal eBook for a while. Since most everything on the web pointed to mobipocket creator, I got that and started making a personal recipe book.
It was only after entering over 110 recipes and attempted to build the actual book that I came across problems. The creator evidently has a bunch of problems with the files I used it to create. So now I can't use the book I put so much time into...
I haven't imported any of these recipes- I entered them all by hand into the program itself using the template.
So I'm rather lost, as I've lost all of my knowledge on html programming, and never knew Java to begin with. Does anyone know what the problem is and how to fix it, or a different program I might use the files with, or... anything?
Note: The warning comes up with something along the lines of, "Some syntax error happened in a script (script will not execute)
Error: Unexpected token, expected token was: )
at position: 282
This means mostly nothing to me.
|09-12-2013, 02:25 AM||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2010
Device: Kindle 3
Simply open Sigil, select Add existing files from the File menu and select all your .html files. Then press F8 to enter book title and author, save the .ePub file and convert it to a .mobi file.
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