how to chang html documents to be put on a cd?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    There are several solutions for that. In my point of view, the complete solution is to use Standalone HTMLs, you can do it by HTML compilers or other software that gives you one executable file (EXE or CHM) and you can use that file anywhere. Like Far HTML or Executable HTML...

    A simpler way could be the one "texxsmith" explained. but you should be aware of File Paths you use in your HTML and take care about lots of .htm and jpg and... files while you distribute them.

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm lost on your question but will attempt to answer it.

    Do you want HTML documents to be able to change while they are on cd? You have to reburn the files every time you change the file and you'll have multiple copies on the cd. You're better off using flash drive/memory to do multiple edits on removeable media.

  • 1 decade ago

    You don't have to change them at all if the filepaths in them are correct. Yuo can even set it so that one page opens up when the CD is inserted. You do this with an ".inf" file titled "autorun.inf" It's just a plain text (made with notepad, not Word) that you rename to the above. place tis code in it (exactly, ext for the file path to the file you want to run):

    [autorun]

    open=index.htm

    That's it.

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