Couple of more things:

1) if your site is running, you can look at the actual code throught 
Zope's TTW interfact. will get you there 
if you have the proper authentication.

2) you can ftp out the code for off line reading.  Look at The Zope Book
for instructions.  You may need to enable the ftp server in the 
configuration file.

On Fri, 13 Apr 2007, Dennis Allison wrote:

> Ummmm... 
> Zope is a system that provides for dynamic generation of HTML.  The 
> materials you captured are likely to be a dynamic instance as served to 
> one user and may not be representative ow what might be served to another 
> user or served to the same user in a different context.
> To extract the zope programs from the ZEXP file you will need to create a
> Zope instance, put the ZEXP file into the "import" directory, and import
> it. What you will get will be a collection of Zope objects which, when
> executed dynamically, will produce the site.  You will need to learn Zope 
> and Plone.
> -d
> On Fri, 13 Apr 2007, s wrote:
> > I just took over a website that was done in Zope/Plone. The person formerly
> > responsible for it was not helpful to the client or me in the transition
> > process. Basically he emailed a ZEXP file to me, told me it contains
> > everything I need, and washed his hands of the whole project. I was able to
> > "grab" nearly all the html, css, and javascript files through the web before
> > he removed the site from his server, but now I realize a few pages were
> > missed. So, it seems the only possibility of restoring those missed pages is
> > if 1) everything really is in that ZEXP file and 2) I can find a way to "get
> > to it." I know nothing about Zope/Plone and, no offense to anyone, do not
> > plan on adding it to my repertoire of knowledge in the near future. I just
> > want the "normal" HTML content as it would've been displayed for these
> > certain pages that were not grabbed before he removed the site. Is this
> > possible? If so, could someone please spell out exactly how I can go about
> > retrieving this information from the ZEXP file?
> > 
> >  
> > 
> > Sincerely,
> > 
> > Shawn
> > 
> > Spinner at networthyinc dot com
> > 
> > 


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