Export (Save to Web)

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Created by Ed JohnsonEd Johnson. Last updated 06 Sep 2010 21:51 by Ed JohnsonEd Johnson.

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Exporting a page to the web requires the following:

  1. Proper configuration of your API key.
  2. Proper permissions from the site and page you want to export (save).
  3. A working Internet connection.

For this example, we will use STE to create the "doc:import" page on the STE web site.
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After creating the content, click the "Export (Save to Web)" toolbar button.
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Enter the site name and page name and click the "Get page meta data" button.
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Since the page does not exist, STE throws us an error message telling us that.
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Fill in the page title, tags and parent page information as needed and click the "Export page" button.
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If we entered everything correctly, we get a message that the page exported successfully.
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If we refresh the main support documentation page, we see that the "Import (Open from Web) page is now listed in the documentation index.
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If we selected the "Open in browser after export?" option before saving, the page we created open in our default browser.
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Now we just have to upload the images and fix any typos (like the link to the API key documentation). ;)
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Refresh the page to see the result.
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