Publish Online and Share Offline
When you are using the aXmag PC professional version to convert and have not assigned the output folder, you can find the converted aXmag files in a new created folder which is in default created in the same name with the PDF file and is created in the same directory with the PDF file.
Using the PC professional version, you can view the conversion result directly after conversion by clicking the "View It" button or open the output files folder by clicking the "Open Folder" button:
Click on "View it" to view the conversion result.
Click on "Open Folder" to get the converted files:
The FLASH folder stores files for readers to read using with PC, Mac and other systems. The HTML5 folder stores files for reading in iPads.
In the FLASH folder, following files are created:
All created files in the FLASH folder are .html, .swf, .xml and .jpg files will also be created, all items can be viewed using a non-axmag-installed computer without purchasing any additional software. (Adobe Flash player plug-in for IE, Chrome, Safari, FireFox, Opera and other web browsers are required, this is a freeware, more information here. For some new computers, flash players may not have been installed, but when axmag publication is first loading flash files in web browsers, the adobe flash player plug-in will be automatically downloaded and installed with your permission.)
In the HTML5 folder, following files are created:
To test or view the HTML5 files on your local computer, you may open this index.html file directly in Safari.
To host these files online is easy, all you need is to upload the entire output folder to your server and open the URL for the first index.html file (the index.html file with the FLASH folder and the HTML5 folder) then you can read the publication online. When end users opens this URL, it will auto detect the reader’s system, if the user is using PC or Mac, it will redirect the user to read the files in the FLASH folder, if it is an iPad user, then the in the HTM5 folder will show.
Please note, all these files and folders are necessary for the whole publication.
Publish the Conversion Result
- Online publication (suggested)
The converted files are suggested to be uploaded to the server and remote user can open URL in web browsers to view the contents.
Upload all the converted files on your web server, and hosting them is just easy.
1. You have a website, website URL is: http://www.example.com/
2. You want to host the aXmag publication on this website and in a subfolder of "publication"
3. Now you need to upload all the converted files to this "publication" folder:
4. Now, you know that you have the link for the index.html file, it is http://www.example.com/publication/index.html
5. And you have the mian.swf located at http://www.example.com/publication/FLASH/main.swf
You can directly sent out the URL of the index.html to others to view the publicaiton.
On your website, you can directly add a link to the HTML page, see example here:
To embed the publication on your web page, see example here:
To share the publication on your blog, please find the share button and get the embed code:
<embed src="http://www.example.com/publication/FLASH/main.swf?page=1" quality="high" width="100%" height="100%"; scale="noscale" align="TL" salign="TL" allowFullScreen="true" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"></embed>
- Offline reading
To read offline or share the created publication, you need to send the whole created folder including all the files generated by aXmag to others (it is suggested to compress all the files in a Zip then send out). And when others receive this folder, they can simply open it and double click on the index.html to read the contents.
- What's more...
To burn the created publication into CD, please download this package:
To put the conversion result in PPT, please refer to this video:
To add a Shockwave Flash control to a slide using different PowerPoint versions, please click: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291875
It is suggested that you uploaded aXmag publication on your server and link the publication in the PPT file to prevent large attachment in the presentation.