Post authored by Howard Martin
Now that you have the dotepub bookmark on the iPad, all you need to do is go to the webpage you wish to make into a book and select the ePub bookmark you just made. Your iPad gives you a page to choose how you want to open your ePub download. I select ‘iBooks’ and find the website formatted as a book, ready to read.
There are directions on the dotepub website that shows how to do the same thing using most computer browsers as well. Chrome has an extension that makes it just a little easier. Not only can you make epub’s, but it will also do the same thing for the Mobi format for Kindles.
The downside is that it doesn’t bring over most website graphics. The text is pretty-well formatted, but there are usually no pictures. Also, with today’s Apple Computer announcement being highly projected as an ePub announcement, the iPad use of ebooks may be radically changed.