Add a ‘Send to Kindle’ Button on Your Blog or Website

send-to-kindleIf you are a blog or a website owner and want you users to share your content with their friends and family. You want to have best user experience with a great readability. You users may be using iPad, iPhone, Android tablet or even an Amazon Kindle.

To make your job easier Readability, a web app that reformats web pages for easy reading, has unveiled a new “Send to Kindle” button that will help your readers transfer/send any of your webpage articles to their Kindle device in just one single click.

To add this button on any webpage you desire, just add the following javascript and your blog page easily be send to Kindle.

<div class=’rdbWrapper’ data-show-send-to-kindle=”1″ data-show-read=”0″></div><script type=’text/javascript’>
(function() {
var s     = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0],
rdb   = document.createElement(‘script’);
rdb.type  = ‘text/javascript’;
rdb.async = true;
rdb.src   = document.location.protocol + ‘//’;
s.parentNode.insertBefore(rdb, s);

Once you have added the script above, you will see a “Send to Kindle” button like the one below. You can also try to test the button below by clicking on it and sending it to your Kindle device.

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  • Marie Patchen

    I think this is great but can’t get it to work in Blogger. :(

  • Raven Marlow

    Me either, nor in WordPress.  :(

  • Raven Marlow

    AHA! This code works on blogger:

    (function() { var s = document.getElementsByTagName(“script”)[0], rdb = document.createElement(“script”); rdb.type = “text/javascript”; rdb.async = true; rdb.src = document.location.protocol + “//”; s.parentNode.insertBefore(rdb, s); })();

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