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Exporting a Recipe to the Web
« on: October 24, 2003, 03:05:02 PM »
Here's how to make a web page from your recipe...

1. Select the recipe from "My Recipes" view
2. Choose the "Save item as web page" command on the "Actions" menu
3. Choose a name and location for the web file
4. Press OK and your recipe will be exported in its current form to a web page which you can then copy to your web site or send to a friend who may not have BeerSmith yet!

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Offline Paco_

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Re: Exporting a Recipe to the Web
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2010, 01:36:26 PM »
Hmmm, Ok but what if I want to export all the recipes of my brew log with the recipes' name for the export file name...?  So far, my attempts only export all the recipes under the same file name.

The idea is to post my brew log on my Google docs so my friends can freely access my brew log.

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Re: Exporting a Recipe to the Web
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2011, 10:29:18 AM »
Hmmm, Ok but what if I want to export all the recipes of my brew log with the recipes' name for the export file name...?  So far, my attempts only export all the recipes under the same file name.

The idea is to post my brew log on my Google docs so my friends can freely access my brew log.

I'm not sure about changing the file names, but if you just want to get all of your recipes up in one go, just open your brewlog, select Actions -> Save Items as Web Page.  Then make sure to check 'All items in the current view...'.  Then when you upload the files, just change recipes.htm to index.htm.  That file will have the list of all your recipes by name.

 

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