burn websites to cd

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febry 09/25/2003 04:05 am
How do you burn your downloaded websites into a blank cd and make it still browseable from the cd?

I have tried it with Nero, I burn those sites with files which has very long filenames, such as :
blabla.php@blablablablahfjdahfjdaljfdjdjfjjhjksdf..... (more than 64 characters). Since Nero, as far as i know, allows to burn files with names not more than 64 characters, the name of the files in the burnt cd became truncated (changed to blabla.php). So, the pages in the website could not link to each other anymore, and the website became unbrowseable.

Can anyone help me, please..
Oleg Chernavin 09/25/2003 11:44 am
You can overcome this problem easily - select the Projects you want to burn on CD (using Ctrl-click or Shift-click), go to File | Export, select Joliet-compatible filenames and standard extensions and export the Projects to some other directory. Then you will be able to burn the directory to CD without compatibility issues.

I hope this helps.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MetaProducts corp.
Geoffrey 01/29/2006 01:51 pm
Is OE Pro smart enough to handle large website downloads to multiple CDs? I have this large website which is about 10 Gigs that I have on my hard-drive to be moved to about 3 DVDs. If I request a webpage on one DVD that is linked on another DVD does it say something like: "Please insert DVD 2"?

Thanks

> You can overcome this problem easily - select the Projects you want to burn on CD (using Ctrl-click or Shift-click), go to File | Export, select Joliet-compatible filenames and standard extensions and export the Projects to some other directory. Then you will be able to burn the directory to CD without compatibility issues.
>
> I hope this helps.
>
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MetaProducts corp.
Oleg Chernavin 01/30/2006 06:30 am
No. We planned to do this for CDs, but DVD discs became widely available. Instead, I can suggest you to export to a compressed file, like HTML Help or an EXE viewer. This may help you to place the whole big site to a single disc.

Oleg.