We’ve had several of our readers download our epub files and unzip them. We were wondering why, since the direct epub download (as opposed to mini or full) is not a zipped file per se, but an epub file.
The sneaky truth is, an epub file is exactly that, a bunch of folders in a . . . → Read More: Problems with downloaded epub files solved!
Sometimes you don’t realize what you’re taking for granted until someone asks a question.
The question was about the way we package our files here at Closed Circle. I’m sure that Jane and CJ have answered this before, but the suggestion was made that we add a definition or two to our “Techno” topic.
. . . → Read More: Mini, Sample — What’s what in the Closed Circle Downloads…
Here follows the massed wisdom of our Users: if you are using any i-device…You need iTunes and iBooks (a free reader app in the app store). Open iTunes and click on the Books folder in the left sidebar. Drag the iPub file into this window. Make sure you have the iBooks reader installed on your . . . → Read More: IPhones and other iDevices: