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Re: Why I keep getting error exporting notebooks to HTML?

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  • Subject: [mg113090] Re: Why I keep getting error exporting notebooks to HTML?
  • From: Peter Lindsay <pl0 at me.com>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2010 13:51:01 -0400 (EDT)

there are two issues here

1. what's wrong with mathematica ?
2. how do I get my work completed in time ?

Would it be worth *for the moment* just getting  screen snapshots and displaying the resulting images in your own html ?

On 12 Oct 2010, at 09:28, Nasser M. Abbasi wrote:

> 
> This problem seems very annoying now. I am not able to export to html 
> some notebooks. I have not checked everyone that I have, but now, I 
> tried to export a notebook I am working on, and the same problem that 
> happened to me the other day with the other notebook, happened again 
> with this one, Mathematica crashed, or loops and stops responding. Has 
> to terminate it.
> 
> It is a small notebook, some table formatted, that is all. So what is 
> the problem? I put the notebook here:
> 
> http://12000.org/tmp/oct_11_2010/handout1_table.nb
> 
> May be Table Formatted is what causing the problem. I'll try to 
> investigate more.
> 
> Using version 7, on windows 7.  I can't ask WRI for support as this I am 
> a student and I do not have the extended support thing. I thought 
> someone here might have a look and can spot what I am doing wrong if any.
> 
> I simply do FILE->SAVE AS, and select "save as web page", and it starts 
> to write the HTML file, then few seconds later, it goes into a spin. I 
> see it exports to html part of the notebook only.
> 
> I try to save the whole notebook, not part of it.
> 
> I sure hope they improve HTML export in version 8, because it seem this 
> part is a little on the not too robust side.
> 
> --Nasser
> 
> 
> 



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