|02-24-2011, 05:03 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2010
Device: Sony PRS-600
Importing more files from HTML folder.
I guess I'm missing something totally obvious here, and you all free to LOL forever but I just have to ask.
I've looked at the small tutorial on the sigil-page, and in the manual, but I only see people opening f.x. the index.html file.
I have a folder with a html-book (java-programming tutorial in danish from this web-page www.javabog.dk ), there's an index.html file, I can open that. As far as I understood to add the rest (which seems to be a mix of png's and jsp-files) I should right-click in the browser area and choose "add existing item...".
When I do that, the jsp seems to add itself in a folder called misc. However, double-clicking it doesn't make it show, as if there was no content.
I have attached the book which should be like this webpage: http://javabog.dk/index_OOP3.html . I've added it here, but the zip-file can also be downloaded from here: http://javabog.dk/OOP3/kode.zip
Any help on how to make an epub out of that html with Sigil, will be greatly appreciated.
|02-25-2011, 08:47 AM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Heemskerk, NL
Device: PRS-300, PRS-T1
jsp files cannot be displayed, because Sigil does not know what to do with it. There are not in the epub specs. If you want to display them, make them into text files or xhtml files.
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