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[Import & Export]-HTML saving problem with adobe XD.

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Feb 15, 2020

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Hi, I have 2 serious problems with adobe XD, the first is the HTML export of the work because the shapes created in adobe XD after the HTML export are different, attached an example between PDF and HTML. The second problem, as long as it is, is that the shapes, like a rectangle, after the HTML export result to be in SVG, a format that is not editable directly on a web page. Exporting to HTML, except for images, shouldn't transform all files into a web page? then editable directly for each individual form.An example in the 3 and 4 attached files.

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[Import & Export]-HTML saving problem with adobe XD.

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Hi, I have 2 serious problems with adobe XD, the first is the HTML export of the work because the shapes created in adobe XD after the HTML export are different, attached an example between PDF and HTML. The second problem, as long as it is, is that the shapes, like a rectangle, after the HTML export result to be in SVG, a format that is not editable directly on a web page. Exporting to HTML, except for images, shouldn't transform all files into a web page? then editable directly for each individual form.An example in the 3 and 4 attached files.

after export in htmlafter export in htmlfile exported in pdf equal to Adobe XD filefile exported in pdf equal to Adobe XD filewrong SVG reading of shapes in an HTML pagewrong SVG reading of shapes in an HTML pagecorrect reading of shapes in an HTML pagecorrect reading of shapes in an HTML page

 

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Hi Dalila,

 

We are sorry for the delay in response and thanks for sharing your feedback. We would suggest submitting your feedback here: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests so that our team can look into your request.

 

Hope it helps.

 

Thanks,

Harshika

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I've read your question numerous times, but still don't fully understand what's happening, and what's wrong or right in the images. E.g. I see missing headings in the HTML export, and I see a totally different rendering in the "correct" image. Please try to create a simpler version of the example, that might help to focus on what's going on here.

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Exactly, there are things missing and many forms change in html export.

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I think it's necessary to clear up one important aspect.

You state: "Exporting to HTML, except for images, shouldn't transform all files into a web page?"

Indeed it shouldn't, unless some one has grouped elements together and marked them to be exported as one whole element ! (And maybe also as separate elements.) Try to verify if this is what's happening, regarding the inability to edit element separately. Maybe this also solves some problems with headings (texts) disappearing from the (unintentionally grouped) SVG elements. Support for (custom) fonts migth become difficult within SVG output.

Let's see how far we come with this possible diagnose...

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