Re: Condensing and installing part of a web site
We have an information set that we want to give our users that is currently an Internet site.
Some users run our application when they are without internet access.
We would like to give them the contents of this site on the Product CD. (We know how to do this)
However, the person responsible for our CD would like to be able to condense the contents of the site and to enable users to install/copy the contents/structure of the site to their computers. (As part of the Auto Install they will have an option to install/copy the xxx information set to their computer)
Does anyone know how this can be done.
One way is to open the site in Acrobat and make a PDF of the whole thing. This may be inelegant, but it is easy and meets your basic requirements. Another approach would be to turn the site into a CHM, although I don't know how straightforward this would be.
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