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    Posted: 12 Avr 2019 at 07:47
Dear openElement Community:

I have figured out the way to setup links on my webpage and with
an Internet connection, they work using the http/https protocols.

However, when I want to work offline, I would like my pages to
link to files locally and not externally.

I am currently using at present the "file:///c:\path to the file" or
htm file I would like to load but openElement does not link to
any local files.

I am probably doing something wrong but any help with this will
greatly expedite me finishing this page.

I truly appreciate it from anyone who can help.

Thank you
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote digizar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Avr 2019 at 10:54
Just 'export your project to folder', and it works fine.
..Project...Export to Folder...Send... then start the index.htm
The folder is C:\Users\yourname\Documents\openElement.
Inside that folder every version ist numbered consecutvely with each export.


Edited by digizar - 12 Avr 2019 at 17:33
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Digizar:

Thanks for your advice!

I tried it and it works.

OpenElement can be quite confusing at times because it does not
conform to the standards but it is excellent software nonetheless.

Thank you once again.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote digizar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Avr 2019 at 15:46
Quote OpenElement can be quite confusing at times because it does not conform to the standards but it is excellent software nonetheless.
Well, that's true. As a newcomer it would need some years to fully explore the capabilities. But the basic foundation gives a nearly instant access to create a very nice website, say in a week or so from scratch. And it's the good part, it does not conform to the standards - but still could, if required.
The only thing I personally are sceptic about, is the output. That is really somehow 'strange'.
But hey, it works Hug

Keep on rolling.

Btw: you could transfer the locally created version up to the domain with an FTP (FileZilla) program.
Watch to use the latest version of your output from OE.
FileZilla gives the possibility to mask out certain file types (*.jpg, *.png) from transferring.
View...Directory Listing Files. ...



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