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Kein Import von html
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harryk
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2022-09-28 23:48:17

Ok, I have read that it does not work like that.
if import to html does not work.
then it would be an option to have a software that reads html and saves it as rcd.
One does not like to work 2x because the software has been changed, which can always happen


micaelo
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2022-09-29 11:46:35

Getting a rcd file is not an end in itself. It's just the file format to which RocketCake saves the current status of a RocketCake project. Once you hit "Preview" or "Publish ..." in RocketCake you'll be back to html.

And right, RocketCake cannot read html input. But that's not what it is made for. RocketCake is made to create websites in responsive design (and to deliver html output).


harryk
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2022-09-29 13:25:49

I already understood that.
I often read here that you have made a lot of effort with your html page, but then you only have the html pages available. Why then not a software that reads html and then saves it as rcd. this rcd file can then in turn be loaded into rocketcake. So in principle
"convert html to rcd"


micaelo
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2022-09-30 13:08:48

If I understand you correctly, you want to edit an existing website with RocketCake, probably because the website has no responsive design, but you want to make it responsive.

As you know, this is not possible. RocketCake is not a converter, but an editor.

If there was a software that could automatically convert your non-responsive html pages to responsive, you wouldn't need RocketCake (and no rcd file, except you would want to use RocketCake as of then as your web editor), because then you would already have what you wanted.

But that's science fiction. Such a software would have to have a very specifically trained artificial intelligence to build a responsive design out of the non-responsive design, which reasonably corresponds to the input and also works technically with all links, linked images, navigation, etc.

So, after all, there is no way around rebuilding your website in RocketCake. I did this just recently with 2 existing websites, and it was less effort than I thought initially. I had to resize some of the images, but most of the work could be done by copy & paste.


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