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A brand of e-book readers and tablet devices produced by Amazon.
A standard format for ebooks defined by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF)
Open-source ebook library management application for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Ebook readers are hardware devices specifically developed for reading books and periodicals supplied in digital formats. Questions about ebook readers can include issues of compatibility, support of s…
The Portable Document Format (PDF) is an ISO standard electronic file-format. Question about PDF can be about reading, converting, creating and editing such files.
The creation of an e-book file from another file in a different format or vice-versa.
A specific type of device manufactured and distributed by Amazon.
Amazon is one of the bigger publishers of electronic books and has developed multiple electronic ebook devices (kindle). Questions tagged amazon can include publishing policies, ebooks available at A…
Mobi is a file format developed by French company MobiPocket. Questions about mobi can be about the file format and its features, as well as about availability.
a family of ereaders made by Toronto-based Kobo Inc.
The process of storing and organizing a collection of ebooks. Specialized software supports the management of an ebook collection.
for questions about how to publish ebooks or submit them to retailers and distributors
HyperText Markup Language - a group of markup languages created primarily to facilitate displaying rich-formatted content on the web.
`CSS` or "Cascading Style Sheets" is a language for describing the look and formatting of a document. It is often used in web pages or XML.
The process of making additions, corrections, or modifications to a pre-existing ebook.
Digital rights management (DRM) is a class of technologies that are used by hardware manufacturers, publishers, copyright holders, and individuals with the intent to control the use of digital content…
A file-format is the specific way of ordering and grouping of information in a (computer) file.
Tag for questions about availability and support for specific fonts on various e-book readers.
Questions about creating ebooks from scratch or from existing documents
image can refer to 2D renditions in pixels of text (scans, rendering), as well as photos and drawings enclosed in an ebook.
iBooks is an Apple e-book application for iOS and OSX operating systems and devices.
A custom email address granted to Kindle owners that allows documents to be sent directly to devices as email attachments.
The nook is the ebook device developed and sold by Barnes & Nobel since 2009. Questions about nook can include device specific problems or features.
Metadata is additional information saved within an ebook file, or an ebook management software, covering various meta information about the ebook. Typical metadata fields are:
Windows is a family of client, server, and mobile operating systems, developed by Microsoft.
Physical devices to read ebooks.
DjVu is an open file format designed primarily for scanned documents.
Rights assigned to an individual or organization for specific content that provide control over reproduction and distribution of the content.
Display technology that attempts to mimic the appearance of ink on paper. E-ink displays are bistable - they retain their state without a power source.