Which Blog Hosts Work With PixxiBook

Usually the best way to see if your blog can be printed as a book by PixxiBook is to just try it and see. However, if it’s not working for you and you want to know if it’s a problem with your blog, the address, or our problem then the following tables will help.

Fully Supported:

These are the blog hosts that we expect to support fully. Together they cover about 90% of the blogs out there. If by chance it doesn’t work for your blog that is hosted on one of these systems, then let us know and we will fix it. Usually it is some theme, plugin, or version incompatibility.

Blog Host                             Support Example Blog URL Notes
Wordpress.com full myblog.wordpress.com see Wordpress book guide
Wordpress self hosted full myblog.com see Wordpress book guide
Blogger full myblog.blogspot.com see Blogger book guide
Tumblr full myblog.tumblr.com see Tumblr book guide
Squarespace full myname.squarespace.com/myblog-1 see Squarespace book guide
Wix full myname.wixsite.com/myblog see Wix book guide
Travelark full v2.travelark.com/travel-blog/myname/1 NEW!

Mostly working:

These are usable and we have made books from these blog hosts but there may be some limitations as noted below. If you are having problems making a book from your blog on one of these hosts, please get in touch - we are always looking to improve them.

Blog Host                             Support Example Blog URL Notes
Polarsteps full polarsteps.com/myname/1234 in beta
Ghost full myblog.ghost.com requires full rss feed
Substack full myname.substack.com/myblog in development
Travelblog partial myblog.travelblog.com misses some photos on large galleries

Other hosts:

Even if your blog host is not supported by us, if your blog has a RSS feed, then we may be able to process it. Often though, the RSS feeds are incomplete so results vary.

Some workarounds to try:

  • Easiest: Export your blog content and then import it into a supported blog host such as Blogger or Wordpress.

  • Harder: If your RSS only contains the most recent N posts, try creating the book. Then in your blog, hide or unpublish the most recent N posts. Refresh the book preview from your MyBooks page and it will pick up the next N posts. And so on! Tiresome, but do-able if your total number of posts is just a few N.

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