HTML Export - points to consider

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If you regularly export a changing TBX to HTML (or other formats) there are some pointers to bear in mind:

It is thus often a good idea to trash an existing exported set of pages before doing a full export. The export process is pretty speedy so - especially if on a local or LAN location the loss of pages is very short-lived. If the final location is online, it can be useful to do a local export and then use FTP synching to update the online version to reflect the new output.

When exporting a single page via HTML view, also consider:

Tinderbox will not create an empty file during HTML export when all the following are true:

The first two factors combine to ensure that existing HTML files will be over-written if there is data to be exported.

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[Last updated: 14 Dec 2009, using v5.0]

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