Hi Art,

Hi Art,

Good stuff. It seems like I've struck a needed chord for repurposing
content into blogs.

I've been talked into doing a blog on my own stuff for a former client, a
marketing consultancy with a built in readership in excess of 8,000, so the
worry about getting readers is not where I'm focused. I want to make it
easy to publish my gibberish without having to manipulate it after getting
it into a theme that makes this possible.

Your remarks in general and specifically regarding the WordPress Content
Management System tools et al really interest me. I will be using their
premier plan which I think provides such tools.

Thanks for your contribution, I appreciate it.

TED




On Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 5:05 PM, Art Campbell <art.campb...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I've played with this some, with a varying amount of success. It's also
> come up on the wish list for Adobe enhancements....
>
> But I'd use MIF2Go to save from Frame to HTML, them use a WordPress Import
> plugin/filter to read in the directories of HTML files. That's actually
> pretty easy.
>
> Your biggest problem is going to be maintaining a hierarchy -- pages can
> have a hierarchy, but the posts, the content itself cannot. So you have to
> do the import in a way that creates pages instead of posts unless you do a
> several stage process to organize items after import (which you can do --
> WordPress has strong Content Management System tools and plugins, but
> they're not the default setup).
>
> The responsive HMTL5 idea is OK, but that usually isn't something that the
> content controls -- it's be at the theme level. If you have a theme that
> supports HTML5 and has a responsive option (I use Suffusion) that's all you
> need.
>
> I suspect where you're writing "template" in your original post you're
> actually meaning "theme" because templates have a different role in
> WordPress than they do in Frame. They're just a styled type of page layout.
>
> Art
>
> Art Campbell
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>
> On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 10:49 AM, Ted Steinberg <mtedsteinb...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Hi Framers,
>>
>> I recently subscribed to TCS5. Prior, I was a Frame 7.1 user with a bit
>> of Frame 10 & 11.
>>
>> The Situation:
>>
>>    1. on an intermittent basis, I want to publish, various Frame
>>    Unstructured Docs as "responsive html5 docs"
>>    2. and upload them somehow into whatever WordPress Premium blog
>>    template is suitable
>>       1. to retain the look of what I had in Frame, including tables and
>>       figures,
>>       2. with little or no reformatting in such WordPress Template.
>>       3. In other words I do not want to waste time doing a cut and
>>       paste remake.
>>    3. If this can't be done seamlessly via the above or by RoboHelp, can
>>    I download a WordPress Template into RoboHelp, or Captivate, and somehow
>>    get my Frame Docs to be re-formatted so future uploadings into WordPress
>>    will provide the advantages of #2 above?
>>    4. I have queried Adobe Forums and WordPress Forums and have struck
>>    out.
>>    5. Before I start using WordPress I need to understand the paradigm.
>>    (Fancy term.)
>>
>> I specifically liked the idea of TCS where I can create blogs and publish
>> books for ePubs, I have journalized over a 25 year period, 25 chapters,
>> 2,000 pages, in one book, containing 6,000 zircons of wisdom (controlled by
>> an Alphabetized Paragraph List) which are dying to see the light of day so
>> they can sparkle up the vision of needy marketing types: needless or needy,
>> you pick!.
>>
>> If anyone can advise me on how to seamlessly propagate my baloney, I will
>> be eternally grateful. To show my appreciation, I will commission a
>> life-sized, pigeon-proof, plastic statue made of you which glows in the
>> dark and is impervious to revolutionaries who could tear it down whether or
>> not you have a goatee.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> TED
>>
>>
>> Ted Steinberg
>> Tenstar Business Partners
>> Minnesota, California, Costa Rica
>> Apartado 185-7150
>> Turrialba, Cartago, Costa Rica
>> 506-2556-5044 [Costa Rica]
>> ted.steinberg5634 [Skype]
>> mtedsteinb...@gmail.com
>>
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