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Old 08-16-2012, 02:06 PM   #1
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Creating additional folders

I'm porting an existing HTML5/CSS/JS application to ePub. The assets (stylesheets, scripts, images) are arranged in a particular folder structure and the code (url() specifications in the stylesheets, to take just one example) to some extent assumes that structure. For instance, third-party scripts are in "lib", images are in "images" (not "Images"), etc. I'd like to maintain that folder structure, but I'm stuck at trying to figure out how to do something in Sigil as simple as creating a new folder in the structure, or subfolders within those folders. Is that possible?
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No, that is not possible. Anyway, ePUB v2 does not support HTML5 and JS and Sigil is an ePUB2 editor.

The current folder names are fixed. You can you change it manually outside Sigil though. However, when you load it Sigil afterwards the folders are changed again.
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I'm porting an existing HTML5/CSS/JS application to ePub. The assets (stylesheets, scripts, images) are arranged in a particular folder structure and the code (url() specifications in the stylesheets, to take just one example) to some extent assumes that structure. For instance, third-party scripts are in "lib", images are in "images" (not "Images"), etc. I'd like to maintain that folder structure, but I'm stuck at trying to figure out how to do something in Sigil as simple as creating a new folder in the structure, or subfolders within those folders. Is that possible?
Windows is NOT case sensitive, so Images and images will cause all sorts of grief (Sigil or No Sigil )

Also, this structure may get mangled in conversion. Since the user is NOT usually in the containing folders, what does it matter except to the developer
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