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Old 09-11-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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index.html with links to PDF's

Hallo,

I use the pocketreader pro 912. It can show HTML epub, pdf and a lot other formates but it is unable to show the links in a HTML, which point to local pdf files.

I need to read sites, which have a index page, which tell about the documents and than give a link to it. I can download these by using the scrapbook extension in firefox and export it, which result in a folder having the name of the webpage, a index.html and all images and PDF's linked form this page.

==> But I look for a way of format conversion, which take the index.htm file in a folder and generate a epub which has working links to the Pdf or a pdf/ epub for the entire content.

For example: (english, public information)
http://www.ema.europa.eu/ema/index.j...01ac0580028bfd

Example:german, public information

http://www.bfarm.de/DE/BfArM/Termine...103?nn=1015446

This type of presentation is very popular among public / state institutions.

Any idea how to get one "book" from such a page?

Best regards
Dokumentreader
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