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Chapter 25. Publishing on the Web > Creating an Effective CAD-Oriented Web Site

Creating an Effective CAD-Oriented Web Site

A great Web site is like a well-designed building: You always know where you are and where to go. The entrance into the Web site is the home page. It welcomes visitors, makes them want to stay, and guides them to what they seek. Done well, the home page guides visitors where the publisher wants them to go. This section covers how to embed CAD data into an HTML and delivers some insights as to how to build a Web site.

Creating Web Pages Containing CAD Data

Because DWF and DWG are not considered standard MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension) types, adding CAD data to an HTML file requires a bit of effort. This section outlines the structure and methodology of properly embedding DWF files. If you use the Autodesk View DwgX plug-in, the same structure also applies to embedding a DWG file.


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