You can export projects created with the Nicepage Applications for Windows or Mac OS as static HTML websites and then upload those to any hosting you prefer or send them to clients.

Export Operation

You can export your site's HTML by pressing the Export button at the top right corner on the Top Bar.

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You can also export your HTML site on the Dashboard.

  1. Select a website.
  2. Select the Export Site option in the Export / Import list on the Top Bar.

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Export Dialog

After you click on the "Export" button, you will see The Export dialog.

  1. Enter the name for your website zip.
  2. Select the destination folder.
  3. Click the "Export" button.

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The exported website archive will be available in the directory you have specified in the Export dialog box. The archive contains all required files: .html, .css, .js and a directory with images. In addition to this, Nicepage generates an 'index.html' file, a copy of your website's first page. This file is required by some hosting to show the start page of your site.

NOTE: The exported archive does not contain Blog and Post templates. These templates are exported for Joomla and WordPress themes only.

  1. Unpack the exported website zip.
  2. Upload the website files to the public directory (www, htdocs, etc.) on your server.
  3. Preview the pages by opening '.html' files in the browser.

You can export projects created with the Nicepage Applications for Windows or Mac OS as static HTML websites and then upload those to any hosting you prefer or send them to clients. ## Export Operation You can export your site's HTML by pressing the Export button at the top right corner on the Top Bar. !editor-export.png! You can also export your HTML site on the Dashboard. 1. Select a website. 2. Select the Export Site option in the Export / Import list on the Top Bar. ## !desktop-export.png! ## Export Dialog After you click on the "Export" button, you will see The Export dialog. 1. Enter the name for your website zip. 2. Select the destination folder. 3. Click the "Export" button. ## !html-export.png! The exported website archive will be available in the directory you have specified in the Export dialog box. The archive contains all required files: `.html`, `.css`, `.js` and a directory with images. In addition to this, Nicepage generates an 'index.html' file, a copy of your website's first page. This file is required by some hosting to show the start page of your site. NOTE: The exported archive does not contain Blog and Post templates. These templates are exported for Joomla and WordPress themes only. 1. Unpack the exported website zip. 2. Upload the website files to the public directory (www, htdocs, etc.) on your server. 3. Preview the pages by opening '.html' files in the browser. ##