|Ed||04/30/2014 08:44 am|
|I am using a trial version of Offline Explorer Pro. My site is has links to pages that I need to download; the pages range from HTML, PDF, or .aspx files. The .aspx pages pull as code only when I download the project. Reading other posts, it looks like to do .aspx files, you need to use the export files feature. Unfortunately, that appears to be disabled in the trial version. Is there another way to do this? What does it look like when you export files vs download a project? I need the offline version to look and function like the online version.
|Oleg Chernavin||04/30/2014 11:17 am|
|Yes, export files should help with that. I just wrote an E-mail to you with the explanations. Please let me know if it helps.
|Ed||05/01/2014 11:19 am|
|Thank you for the help. If I download and then export a web that has all .aspx files, things work very well.
Here is my situation, I have an HTML page with a link to an .aspx page. When I download only, I get code only for the .aspx page. When I download and export, then click the splash page in the Export folder, I get two files on the HTML splash page for Offline Explorer but neither work, you can click either link and nothing happens.
Am I doing something wrong?
|Oleg Chernavin||05/02/2014 01:21 pm|
|Is it possible for me to reproduce this? Do you download a public or a private site?
|Ed||05/02/2014 02:33 pm|
I sent you an email with sample exports.
|Oleg Chernavin||05/02/2014 03:57 pm|
|I got no E-mail so far. Did you use my personal E-mail address or firstname.lastname@example.org ?