Last post Dec 17, 2005 03:26 PM by rugust
Dec 15, 2005 01:58 PM|brtnharv|LINK
Hello everyone, I'm sort of new to the whole DNN community, but have been using DNN for quite a while. Anyways, I have a customer that I have 3 websites with and they would like the sites put on some type of media to distribute as part of a marketing package
(so you will not need internet access to view them, only a web browser). I'm guessing there is no way to do this. Any insight would be greatly helpful..Thanks.
Dec 15, 2005 07:43 PM|anantatman|LINK
Dec 16, 2005 05:55 AM|ErikVB|LINK
Take a look at this:
this will allow you to save your site to static html, as long as you don't need postbacks this should work fine
Dec 16, 2005 09:55 AM|brtnharv|LINK
Thanks for the info everyone.
The content is very static and I do not have any interactive objects.
I tried the above link but it says
Dec 16, 2005 12:44 PM|ErikVB|LINK
hmm, weird, maybe this link works:
anyway, its called "Schwing SaveDNN2Disc vb.net application"
Dec 17, 2005 03:26 PM|rugust|LINK
I have been distributing my employer website on cd for several years now with the help of ActiveSite compiler.
My sites is programmed in ASP 3.0 and not .NET but there are versions of ActiveSite Compiler that supports this. check out
The reason for us to distribute the website on cd is to give members of sales seminars all available documentation located on the web site in a format that they can check out and see what it can give them of info. The web site contains more than 1000 pcs.
of pdf's in sizes from 100k to 25Mb. The users of the cd are aware that the cd is a snap-shoot and they must visit the web site online to get the latest contents.