Re: Condensing and installing part of a web site

Subject: Re: Condensing and installing part of a web site
From: "Ed Wurster" <glassnet -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "Caroline Tabach" <Caroline -at- radcom -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2006 13:08:08 -0500

On 11/12/06, Caroline Tabach wrote:

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)

You can compress it, however it is likely you'll not save a great
amount of disk space. The jpg's and gif's are compressed, so you'll
not see much savings there. If there's a lot of text, then you'll
benefit when that's compressed.

Use winzip to compress the local copy of the site, and you'll see if
it's worth including a duplicate compressed copy on the CD.

Ed Wurster (Voorhees, NJ)

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