Option panel : Build
- Local Structure Type
Lets you define the local structure of the site.
The default is "site structure": you will get the same folder/files names and structure as the original
You can, however, put all images in one single folder, html in another and so on..
- DOS Names
Force the engine to generate DOS names (8 characters for the name, 3 for the type)
- ISO9660 Names
Force the engine to generate ISO9660-compatible names for storing on medias such as CDROM or DVDROM
- No error pages
Do not generate error pages (if a 404 error occured, for example)
If a page is missing on the remote site, there will not be any warning on the local site
- No external pages
Rewrite all external links (links that needs an Internet connection) so that there can be a warning page before ("Warning, you need to be online to go to this link..")
Useful if you want to separate the local and online realm
- Hide passwords
Do not include username and password for protected sites in the code, when a link will not be caught.
This allow to remain the access data private.
- Hide query strings
Do not include query strings for local links.
Query strings (?foo=45&bar=67) are generally not necessary for local (file://) files, but
query strings can be useful to show several information (example: page-4.html?index=History).
However, some basic browsers may not understand that (wireless browsers, especially), and
hiding query strings might be a good idea in this case.
- Do not purge old files
Do not purge, after an update, the local files that no longer exist on the remote site, or that have been skipped
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