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Understanding Superbooks


Documentation on how to "print" a book on the web. Yes, print!

Fresh documentation on features and tools of Bubblin is out.

Welcome to Bubblin–the binge reader.

On this page, we'll walk you through the process of making a book on the web. There are two ways to prepare your manuscript for consumption over Bubblin.

Note, bookmaking and not book writing. Bubblin assumes that you have already written your book and that you have a good idea of what you want to convey.

There are two methods to turn your manuscript into a tightly formatted book.

1. The Web Interface.

Bubblin has an in-browser editor that is suitable for smaller books like a collection of short stories, poetry, comics, or even images-heavy magazines.

Here's a quick tutorial to help you get started. You can also review our Official Handbook which was written using the web editor.

2. Bookiza Abelone

Bookiza is a "book-making" tool. In developer lingo, it is a book reification framework. Bookiza is FREE and open source and can be used to publish any kind of long-form on the web.

Visit the site https://bookiza.io for more information.

Knowing both the methods will help you understand the scope of publishing that is possible on the web. If your book isn't beautifully formatted and easy to read, people will continue to buy the dead-tree option. Is that really what you want?

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