How to Convert HTML to Mobipocket for Kindle EReaders
HTML is the basis for most ebooks, but you need to convert it to .mobi or .epub in order to view it on a Kindle. This article takes you through the steps to create a Mobipocket book using Calibre.
HTML Elements for Kindle Ebooks
There are a few HTML elements that do and don't work in Kindle mobi files, and this article will help you get started building your HTML files for Mobi.
Styling Paragraphs in Kindle Ebooks
When you write paragraphs of text in HTML you use the P element, and the same is true for Mobi. But there are some special formatting rules that are applied automatically to Kindle ebooks, and some tricks you need to know to get your books to look right on the Kindle. This article explains how to format your paragraphs in HTML for conversion to...
Using Images in Kindle Books
Images are a nice way to dress up ebooks, but many ebook authors don't use them because they can be difficult to add or slow the download time of the books. In this article you'll learn some of the rules for creating great images for ebooks.
How to Include Images in Kindle Books
Once you have your images in your HTML file for your ebook, you can still end up with broken images inside your book if you don't upload them to the Kindle Direct Publishing system correctly. Learn how to make sure your images show up in your book.
Kindle Cover Images
Even if your book is 100% text with no images, there is one image you should always have—the cover image. This image is used to market your book, and books that don't have cover image don't sell well, or really at all. Learn how to add a cover image and some of the important aspects of your cover image.
File Sizes for Kindle Books
One of the more confusing aspects of building Kindle ebooks is the file sizes. You will find conflicting information all over the net about how big your cover images should be, how big your images should be, even the cover image has dozens of different sizes reported. In this article you'll learn what Amazon says about file sizes,...
Kindle Direct Publishing
If you're going to publish your ebook on Amazon, this is the site you use. You sign in with your Amazon account and then upload your files to Amazon to sell your books.
This is a free Windows program that helps you build mobi files.