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Exporting Your Content

If you're reading this chapter, chances are that you want one of two things from QuarkXPress: you either want to export final Web pages that look just like what you see in XPress, or you want to export your content (text and perhaps graphics, too) so you can use it in another Web design program. XPress gives you some of the tools you want, but not all.

It comes down to page geometry (geometry is the part of the HTML code which says where something should be on a page). The basic Export HTML feature (which I'll cover later in this chapter), exports your page with geometry, so that your final HTML looks almost exactly like what you see in XPress. There is no way to export your whole document(text and graphics) without the accompanying geometry—a major oversight in my opinion. What's worse, you must create a special Web document in order to get a whole page of content exported as HTML.


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