Using Aksharamukha Convertor, you can also Transliterate webpages from Indic Scripts to other scripts. Just insert a website address in the Website Input box, and then click on Convert.
The Convertor scrapes the HTML page, then transliterates the Indic Scripts and displays the HTML. The Transliterated webpage may not preserve the site layout exactly as such, there may be issues from slight misalignment of pages, and missing images to total loss of formatting.
Grantha & Tamil-Grantha
If you are converting the Target site to Grantha/Tamil-Grantha, make sure you set the fonts correctly. For viewing pages with Grantha, the Bengali font must be set as e-Grantha OT or e-Grantamil. For Tamil-Grantha, both Tamil & Grantha fonts in the browser must be set to e-Grantamil.
Converting Sites using URL
If you are one a site, and u want to convert the script, follow the below syntax:
And add &Src=SourceScript&Target=TargeScript at the end.
For example, if you are viewing the following page,
If you want to convert the script in the site, Go the address page and change the URL as follows:
Bookmarking to Toolbar/Favorites
Click and drag the following link to your links toolbar or Favourites :: Aksharmukha Web ::
Whenever, you need to transliterate a given page, click the link to convert the website.
There are some issues following the hyperlinks in the converted page, and transliterating them too. I will fix this soon.