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Publishing html to local references - Adobe Muse

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Mar 17, 2018

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How do I make all the references in the html local references and nothing remote?

I have published my adobe muse site to my Mac..it opens and functions with no internet connectivity. How do I get it to download to a a windows PC and function with no internet connectivity? I know I need to make sure all references in the html need to be local references and noting remote..but how do I go about this?

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Use menu „File/Export to HTML“, and transfer the complete folder of exported data to your PC.

If you want to transfer the original assets to,

  • open the „Assets“ panel,
  • click onto the „Collect All Assets“ icon:
    Collect-all-assets.jpg
  • All original assets will now be collected into the folder, you have determined and the asset paths within the Muse project file will be adapted accordingly.
  • If you save your .muse file into this folder, all will be correct and you may transfer this folder to ypour PC.

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Publishing html to local references - Adobe Muse

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How do I make all the references in the html local references and nothing remote?

I have published my adobe muse site to my Mac..it opens and functions with no internet connectivity. How do I get it to download to a a windows PC and function with no internet connectivity? I know I need to make sure all references in the html need to be local references and noting remote..but how do I go about this?

Thanks!

Use menu „File/Export to HTML“, and transfer the complete folder of exported data to your PC.

If you want to transfer the original assets to,

  • open the „Assets“ panel,
  • click onto the „Collect All Assets“ icon:
    Collect-all-assets.jpg
  • All original assets will now be collected into the folder, you have determined and the asset paths within the Muse project file will be adapted accordingly.
  • If you save your .muse file into this folder, all will be correct and you may transfer this folder to ypour PC.

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Mar 17, 2018

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Use menu „File/Export to HTML“, and transfer the complete folder of exported data to your PC.

If you want to transfer the original assets to,

  • open the „Assets“ panel,
  • click onto the „Collect All Assets“ icon:
    Collect-all-assets.jpg
  • All original assets will now be collected into the folder, you have determined and the asset paths within the Muse project file will be adapted accordingly.
  • If you save your .muse file into this folder, all will be correct and you may transfer this folder to ypour PC.

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New Here ,
Mar 18, 2018

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Okay thank you.

I have exported the html this way before, and yes it does open on a Mac without internet, but it still did not open on a windows PC without internet. I was told in order to make it ope and function on windows PC with no internet connectivity, I have to make sure all references in the html are local references, nothing remote. Is that possible to do when exporting from muse or is there a way I can edit the html to do this?

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Of course both ways work on a PC with no problem. There must be a different issue concerning you PC.

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