Saving Inspiration documents as web pages
You can save diagrams, mind maps and outlines as web pages, which then can be viewed using a web browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari or Mozilla Firefox. There are many options for saving diagrams, mind maps and outlines as web pages. You can save an outline as one page or multiple pages. You can save a diagram or a mind map as a graphic that appears on a single web page.
You'll find that it's easy to plan and start building a web site using the Site Skeleton export. Create an outline, diagram or mind map containing a linked symbol for each page you want to appear in the web site. After you export your pages, you can add additional information to them using an HTML editor.
When you export to web page format, vector symbols (symbols for which line and fill colour options are available) are not included in the exported document. Videos and attached audio files are converted to hyperlinked files.
External files, such as video or audio files, are stored in a folder named <filename>_files, where <filename> is the name of your Inspiration document. The <filename>_files folder is stored in the same folder as the exported document.