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Re: Save notebooks as hierarchy of Web pages in V6?
David, Craig, Thanks a lot. I find that Export["somedir", nb, "HTML", "ConvertClosed" -> "LinkedPage"] does exactly what I wanted and very well. John On Aug 29, 10:34 am, "W. Craig Carter" <ccar... at mit.edu> wrote: > I received some advice from several in this group, from > which I constructed the following set of commands that does > it: > > nbstring = > "/Path/To/notebook.nb" > > htmlstring = > "/Path/to/classes/html/directory" > > nb = NotebookOpen[nbstring] > > Export[htmlstring, nb, "HTML", "ConvertClosed" -> "LinkedPage"] > > This will create links from closed cells. Those links will > point to html (with gifs, etc) for the contents of the > closed cells... > > WCC > > > > On Tue, 28 Aug 2007, John Jowett wrote: > > Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 02:15:10 -0400 (EDT) > > From: John Jowett <John.M.Jow... at gmail.com> > > To: mathgr... at smc.vnet.net > > Subject: Save notebooks as hierarchy of Web pages in V6? > > > In previous versions of Mathematica, it was useful to be able to > > convert a notebook into a linked hierarchy of Web pages (Save As > > Special ...). Any section that was closed up in the top level > > notebook could be clicked upon to lead to a separate page showing its > > contents. > > > This possibility seems to be missing in Version 6.0.1. All you can > > do, apparently, is save a notebook as a simple, single Web page > > containing a variety of .gif images. There are no links to other > > pages and the material in closed-up sections just does not appear. > > > Am I missing something ? > > > John Jowett- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -