An automated/simple way to convert a folder of Word .docs into a website, with navigational table.
Thread poster: Michael Beijer

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Aug 13, 2009

Hello, I know that I am asking a stupid question, and will probably just end up doing the whole thing manually.
I am no genius html coder, but I do know how to use Kompozer (, Notepad ++ (, etc.

This is my question. I am writing a book, not for work, just for fun, and until know I just had the whole thing online as one big html file which I just converted to from my Word .doc. I know that Word's html is terrible, etc, etc. It was just the easiest thing I could think of.

However, what I would like is a simple way to create a website with a basic navigational table to the left, kind of like Word's 'document map.'

If you have properly outlined a large Word .doc, the document map is a really great way to quickly navigate through your document (or book).

However, of course, Microsoft have no simple 'convert to cool website template export function thingee.'

And that's why I am asking you here. I know that there are a number of my fellow ProZ peers who are very, very clever when it comes to technical stuff. Hence my question.

Any suggestions?




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