[Xerte] Re: Exporting Bootstrap content
Martin.King at rhul.ac.uk
Mon Jun 10 22:44:47 BST 2013
Just one or two at the moment, although if there are methods of exporting many it would be useful to know about those too.
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Subject: [Xerte] Re: Exporting Bootstrap content
Do you need to export one or two, or quite a lot
On 10 Jun 2013, at 16:12, "King, Martin" <Martin.King at rhul.ac.uk<mailto:Martin.King at rhul.ac.uk>> wrote:
I have an unorthodox Xerte Online Toolkits set-up in that I’ve installed it on my own desktop using XAMPP. This has previously met my needs as I develop my knowledge and experience of the software while slowly building a demand for a web-based service. Having upgraded to V2 to take advantage of the Bootstrap Template I cannot see a way of exporting this particular type of content for use elsewhere. I can see only links and embedding codes, which as they refer to file on my PC are not much use. Is there a way round this?
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