A: Blog2Print can print blogs from the following platforms: Blogger, Typepad, and WordPress.
A: Yes! Blog2Print supports printing both hosted AND self-hosted WordPress blogs. The process is slightly different for self-hosted WordPress blogs, but don't worry, we'll walk you through it.
A: There are a few options currently available. All of our printed books are 8.5 by 11 inches. Here are the types that are currently available at Blog2Print: Deluxe Hardcover, Standard Hardcover, Standard Softcover, and Softcover Black & White. Blog2Print also offers a downloadable PDF option.
A: The Deluxe Hardcover is Blog2Print's premium blog book option. It has a separate, glossy book jacket that features your chosen cover design and cover photo. The book is bound with solid black cloth. The Deluxe Hardcover also features high quality glossy paper. The Standard Hardcover features a glossy laminated cover that has your cover design and photo. Both the Deluxe and Standard Hardcover are printed in full color.
A: Both the Standard and Deluxe hardcover can only have 440 pages. A Softcover book can only have 500 pages. If your blog book is larger than these set page limits, our printing partner will automatically split your book into multiple volumes. Please note that when your book is split, Volume 1 and Volume 2 are automatically added to your book's title. If you'd prefer to have your book printed as one volume, simply remove items, such as posts or comments, from your book so that the page count is below the set limits.
A: Blog2Print has three photo sizes: small, medium, and large. The photo size is determined by two things: the quality of photo and your chosen photo size. Here's a reference image to give you a better idea of the differences between the photo sizes.
A: Go to the Posts section of your saved blog book. In the top box you'll see a drop down menu of the photo sizes where you'll be able to select either small, medium, or large photos.
A: Photos have to be at least 850 pixels on their widest side to appear as large in your blog book. If your picture was taken by a 1MP (at least) camera AND it's been left in its original state, the photos will be large.
A: Only photos that satisfy the above requirements will appear as large.
A: Go to the Posts section of your saved blog book. At the top of that section you'll be able to choose whether you want to insert page breaks between your each of your blog posts.
A: After you've created your book and signed into your account to personalize, in the Contents section, find and select Posts. This will bring you to a page where you'll be able to select exactly which posts you want to keep. Simply uncheck a box if you'd like to remove that post from your book.
A: Sounds like you selected our layout option, Compact. With Compact the photos are rearranged so that you use fewer pages in your book. It takes all of your posts and photos from your blog and then lays them out for you in a way that saves pages. If you'd like to keep your captions and text with their associated photos, try the Snapshot layout when you're making your book. Snapshot better approximates the layout of your blog.
A: The best way to do to change the date range is to simply create a new blog book with your desired dates.
A: After you've opened your saved blog book, select Edit Front & Back Cover under the Contents section. From there you'll be able to choose your own front and back cover photo for your blog book using our handy photo upload-er tool.
A: Does your title need tweaking? Here's what you do: sign into your account and open the book you want to edit. In the Contents section, select Front & Back Cover. From there you'll be able to pick the perfect title. The Title has a 72 character limit. You'll also be able to edit your book's Side Text, which will appear along the side binding of the front cover. The Side Text has a character limit of 54. Your title will be front and center of your book so if you'd like your name to appear there too, be sure to include it!
A: Here's what you do: After you've opened your blog book, under the Contents section, find and select Posts. This will bring you to a page that lists all of your posts and comments in your blog book. To remove all of the comments in one post just mouse over the post in question and select Remove All to remove all of the comments from the post.
To remove individual comments, select the post that you'd like to edit the comments. Just scroll to the comments section located at the bottom of the page (you may need to click the up arrow to make it visible), find the comment you'd like to delete, and click remove. Decided you want to delete all of the post's comments here? Simply scroll to the bottom of the comment section, and click Clear Selected Comments. Voila!
A: You sure can! You can add more photos in a special section of your blog book called the My Pages section. Once you've saved your blog book, you can add as many photos as you want in the My Pages section of your book. After you sign in and open your book, under the Contents section, you'll find a link to My Pages. Here, you can add pages of photos or text. It's a perfect place for those photos that didn't make it on your blog.
A: There sure is! After you've signed into your account and opened the book you want to preview, just click the Preview Your Book button to see an online preview of your blog book! In fact, you are required to preview your book before you order your blog book.
A: Please send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Blog2Print Promotions".
A: If we have a discount available, which we occasionally do, you will receive an email about them from email@example.com - so keep an eye out and be sure to add us to your address book so our special offers don't end up in your SPAM folder!
A: If you haven't received a shipping confirmation email and it has been longer than 14 business days since you placed your order please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 1-888-212-3121 to find out what's going on with your book.
A: Blog2Print currently doesn't support twitter accounts, but Everything2Print does. You can print your twitter feed, blog posts and more at Everything2Print. Check it out.
A: At this time Blog2Print only supports those platforms. If you'd like to submit a request for a new platform for Blog2Print to support - please let us know at email@example.com.
A: Right now, Blog2Print only can print blogs into books. But if you'd like to print out your tweets, a Word doc, a PDF, your photo albums from Facebook or Picasa - please check out Everything2Print. Have something else that you'd like print? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: You can use Blog2Print on Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Safari. You'll also need Acrobat Reader to view a sample blog book and to preview the final version of your book, once created. You can download the free software now by clicking here. iPad support is currently unavailable.