|01-10-2010, 12:49 AM||#1|
Lord Of All That's Beige
Join Date: Jan 2009
Device: Kindle Paperwhite
Using "readability" to save html pages
This might be in the wrong forum, and if so I apologize in advance, but because I use Calibre extensively for the process of converting WEB articles to epub format, I thought I'd start here.
Currently the process I use when I want to convert a web article to an epub document is as follows:
1) Save page as html
2) Import into Calibre
3) Convert from "zip" to "epub"
Obviously a lot of the time, due to the design of the web page, the conversion doesn't come out right and tweaking is required.
Thanks in advance.
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