How to use PHP E-Book Reader?

In this section you will get basic idea of how to use the PHP E-Book Reader in your server/environment.

I assume by now you already have setup PHP E-Book Reader and can be accessed via a link. (For instance :- http://yoursite.com/E-BookReader ) . If not please refer to this page

Here we go.

  • First of all access the location through a web browser where you have installed PHP E-Book Reader. (For instance :- http://yoursite.com/E-BookReader). Then you will prompt to enter a temporary password. Type 'aruna' for that and hit enter.

  • Now you will come to a page like that. 

 

Well , the UI is dull (I know), I need some free time to invest my time on improving the UI of Admin panel of the reader. 

  • In the screenshot above you will see some sample books named as 'anjana', 'deal', 'hello', 'hp4'. 

  • And you will also notice categories such as 'Latest Books' , 'Library Books' and 'Weekly Novels'. (Currently this component supports 3 categories only, but this will be increased according to users wish in near future).

  • In front of each book you will notice that there is a link. That link is the one which you are going to give for your audience to browse through your book. To have a better understanding I prefer you click on any 'link' and see the flipping book page. 

  • Now let's add a book to the reader.

 

HOW TO ADD A BOOK?

  • Select a category from the predefined category list and press the "Add Book" button. (See below)

 

  • Then you will get a box to give a name to your book. Type a name, but any special characters and spaces are not allowed .(See below)

 

  • After pressing the "OK" button, you will see immediately , a book called "MyBook1" has been created under "Latest Books" category. (See below)

 

So now you have completely added a book to component. Now let's add pages for your book.


HOW TO ADD PAGES?

  • Pick a book from any category. For this instance let's use the book we have created in previous step, which is "MyBook1". Click on the "MyBook1" . (see below)

 

  • When you clicked on that you will be taken to a page like this. (see below)