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I've created an inline html file, I open the html file locally and it works.

But, I think that it's referencing the skins on my local machine (I'd hoped that selecting inline would mean I'd just get a html file and nothing else :( How do I make it so that I can share the

So my question is, how do I make it so that I can share the html file with someone on another machine and it will work for them?

I guess I need to upload the skins to my ftp and then edit the html so that it points to the skins new location? Is that correct, and if so, what part of the code needs changing?

Ultimately my client needs to upload the email into Zoho, maybe I can send the html and skins and they'll sort it themselves, but if not, it'd be good to know how to do it myself.

Thanks in advance fols.

Added March 9, 2017 9:50 am

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Correct the interface is a little different but the logic is the same with Dreamweaver:

1) Create a site using your ftml-www/html folder
2) Drag the skins folder into your /html folder (this will localize the project)
3) FTP normally via Dreamweaver or another FTP program

The only thing you need to do for production is to change the image paths in the HTML files. We recommend Dreamweaver because (a) its Adobe, (b) it will re-sync the image paths once you drag the skins folder for you. Dreamweaver makes it easy if you are creating a multi-page project.

You can optionally change the image paths manually by opening each HTML file and doing a Search & Replace.

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Answered On March 14, 2017 2:57 pm #

This does not help me, the video is for Dreamweaver CS6 running on Windows, I have Dreamweaver CC on a mac. The interface is completely different.


Answered On March 14, 2017 9:16 am #


This is very easy to do. We have a tutorial for Dreamweaver Edit then Upload which will explain how to setup a Dreamweaver site and sync the skins into a self-contained project.

You can either FTP upload via Dreamweaver or any other FTP program.

Inline HTML

We strongly suggest you read our guides before using Inline Content. When you do this with HTML its meant for creating modules and updating an existing website, if you need a full or actual website then you need to disable Inline Content.

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Answered On March 9, 2017 2:51 pm #
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