You can easily print your blog as a book from all the major platforms like Tumblr, Wordpress, Blogger (Blogspot) and Weebly. We also support minor platforms like Travellerspoint. Finally, we do add support for specific platforms on demand for users. Read more in this article on our platform support: What blog platforms can you print a book from !
There are many reasons why your blog book building process freezes or fails. When the process fails, our website will show a notification message with the cause of the issue. The two most common causes are:
In case your book doesn't get build and you have no idea why, send us an email and we will fix the issue for you!
Send us an email as fast as possible. After payment we take your book into production almost instantly, so make sure you have reviewed your created book before you order it. If you send us an email within a few hours, we might be able to halt your order. Note that we cannot guarantee this as most of the time orders are processed directly through our printer and after payment, we cannot stop the printing process anymore.
That depends on the format and the cover type. Check it out:
By default, we leave out the featured images of your post items. However, if you do want them in your book and you have a Wordpress hosted blog, you can simply send us an email and we will add them to your book for you!
In case you have a self-hosted Wordpress blog, you will have to install one of the free Wordpress plugins that add featured image support to your blog's RSS feed. There are a few free plugins and the most popular one is this: https://wordpress.org/plugins/featured-images-for-rss-feeds/ .
While printing a book from your Wordpress blog is super easy, the only exception is printing a book from a self-hosted Wordpress blog that is set to private. We only support private self-hostedWordpress blogs if you have the Jetpack service installed and you can log in to your blog with a wordpress.com account.
Currently, we fully support TravellersPoint. So if you did have an old TravelPod blog, you can use TravelArk.org to export your data to TravellersPoint. And then, on Into Real Pages, you can create a book project from your TravellersPoint blog.
We are working on adding support for TravelArk 2.0. In the meanwhile, you can consider to export your TravelArk 2.0 blog to TravellersPoint. This way, you can print your blog already as a book with Into Real Pages.
Unfortunately, TravelBlog.org doesn't allow for an easy solution to fetch content from their users blogs, so we have no plans for adding support for this platform.