Publisher Sub-Directories Dialog Box

You can use the Publisher Sub-Directories dialog box to change the names of the subfolders in the publish directory to which various resource files will be published.

Renaming and organizing subfolders in the publish folder is optional for most users.

Each category of resource files can contain a single directory name. The specified directory will be placed as a subfolder in the publish directory, and SiteSpinner® Pro will place the resource files of the specified type in it.

If you leave a specified sub-directory name field blank, SiteSpinner® Pro will not create a sub-directory for that category of resource files.

The Publisher Sub-Directories dialog box lets you name and organize subfolders in the publish directory in which to place various resource files from your project.

Open the Publisher Sub-Directories dialog box by clicking the Sub Folders button on the Pages Tab of the Publisher dialog box (Publish>Publish Project or CTRL+P).

The Publisher Sub-Directories dialog box includes the following controls and fields:

Control/Field Description
Image Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which image files will be placed upon publishing.
Geometry Images Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which geometry files will be placed upon publishing. Geometry files are images of rectangles, ellipses polygons. If the Use More Categories option box is un-checked it also includes rendered titles and groups.
Code and Script Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which code and script files will be placed upon publishing. If the Use More Categories option box it also includes plugins and Java files
Sound Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which music and sound files will be placed upon publishing.
Video Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which multimedia and video files will be placed upon publishing. If the Use More Categories option box is un-checked it also includes embedded media objects, such as Flash and Shockwave files, embedded SVG files, and 'Other’ file types.
External Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which “ride-along” files will be placed upon publishing (i.e., objects of the publish file format.)
Use More Categories Click to checkmark to show additional, more advanced subfolder options. This option divides up the basic categories for finer control of the published location of a file types.
If ’Use More Categories’ is un-checked, all collected files are put in one of the six base categories. If it is checked, they are further separated into 13 categories.
Embedded HTML Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which any page files used in IFrames except those pages that are in the current project will be placed upon publishing.
Plugins, Java Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which plug-ins and Java files will be placed upon publishing.
Embedded Flash Files Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which Macromedia® Flash® and Shockwave® files will be placed upon publishing.
Embedded SVG Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which SVG files will be placed upon publishing.
Other Foreign Objects Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which object files of “other file type” format will be placed upon publishing.
Re-rendered Groups Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which re-rendered group object files will be placed upon publishing.
Re-rendered Titles Enter a new name for the sub-directory to which re-rendered title object files will be placed upon publishing.
OK Click to accept the current settings and exit the dialog box.
Cancel Click to cancel the operation and close the dialog box.
Set Defaults Click to restore the original, default sub-directory names.
Clear All Click to remove all sub-directory names. This will cause all resource files to be placed directly in the publish directory without sub-directories.

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