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Old 02-22-2010, 06:47 AM   #1
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Any web-to-epub plugin for internet browser?

Sorry if this has been posted and answered in this forum.

Just wonder whether there is any web-to-epub plugin for, say, IE, or Chrome, which allows us to directly convert the displaying webpage to ePub without leaving the browser. Like what iSilo plugin does for IE.
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Bookit Firefox extension - when it works it works very well (you should have Calibre installed, too). But it crashes Firefox in the latest version.

Instapaper.com allows you to save a webpage for reading it later and allows downloading the articles in epub format. Go to their website and get the bookmarklet.

If there are other options, I would like about them, too.
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instapaper.com is really neat. I use it for a few web sites that have daily content and I just have to click the epub download and it grabs todays feed.
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I have a blog I wish to use instapaper to download as epub. It produced no content.
http://uncle-rods.blogspot.com/
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txtr has this built-in to their web service with a fairly decent plugin. If you use IE, that's a good option. And can stand the txtr iPhone app.
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Old 02-23-2010, 09:09 AM   #6
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This online tool works fine. It's converts to FB2 and ePub formats.
http://www.web2fb2.net/

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This online tool works fine. It's converts to FB2 and ePub formats.
http://www.web2fb2.net/

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Thanks a lot. It works very well.
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And this is a new one (the bookmarklet works well): http://dotepub.com/

In english: http://dotepub.com/?lang=en
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