Launch your HTML editor (Dreamweaver, FrontPage, etc.); if you don’t have one, enter “free online editor WYSIWYG” into a search engine.
You can either copy and paste your concept or message from your text editor into your HTML editor.
Create a simple and well-designed page.
Once you have completed your work, save your file in a designated folder.
When developing your page, think about making it a single page or several linked pages, similar to a website.
It’s best to design your website in a single page if you’re new to website design.
Use the ebook compiler to compile your file into an ebook.
Download the ebook compiler by visiting (http://www.ebookcompilers.com).
There are free ebook compilers available, as well as an ebook compiler directory.
Install the ebook compiler on your PC after downloading it.
Conversely, use a search engine and enter “free ebook compiler.”
Navigate through the file (the HTML file you created in step 2) in your ebook compiler and follow the instructions until they are completed.
Visit www.winzip.com, get WinZip, and then set it up.
Launch the WinZip software and generate a fresh zip file.
After adding your ebook file, zip it.
FTP, or upload the ebook.zip file, for example, to your web server.
Additionally, you can register for free web hosting.
Enter the phrase “free website hosting” into the search engine.
Put your e-book online for publication.
If your ebook is free, submit it to the freebie or ebook directories.
Enter “free ebook directory” into a search engine or send it to www.download.com.
Send your e-book first to www.upload.com, as they receive a lot of traffic each week on their website.
Permit people to download your e-book for free from your website.
You’ve finished creating your own e-book and published it online, but only Windows users can access it.
Thus, this is how both Mac and Windows customers can view your e-book.
Simply enter your message or concept into a word processor and save it in text format to make it simple.
Visit https://createpdf.adobe.com and adhere to the guidelines provided to convert your text into a PDF file.
Once your PDF file has been successfully created, proceed to steps 5, 6, and 7.