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Exporting Publisher Documents to HTML - any progress ?

This topic was raised 4 years ago - is there any progress ?  There really does need to be a way to export publisher documents as web pages HTML - either within the program or as an add on.

I hope the team can do this - as has been mentioned the original Serif Publisher was able to do this.

Chris N.

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19 minutes ago, Jan TW said:

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On 1/21/2018 at 4:58 PM, MEB said:

Hi Tyves,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

No, it's not possible to export to HTML. There's no plans to add HTML export to any of the apps. You can only use Designer to layout the webpages visually and export elements as images in Export Persona.

Some years had passed since this reply, and this request is still relevant. There are so many advantages to be able to export as HTML. The user can define the slices and the program can add the images and backgrounds as part of a table and the text, buttons and links can be interactive. There are programs like outlook that are vastly used and don't offer the possibilities to create a good looking email. If we can export as HTML, the process is easy and affinity becomes an important part of the process of the communications team. Just imagine the possibilities and new customers that this implementation can offer.

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