Save Markdown Output as HTML
There are a number of different ways that you can export rendered your Markdown content as rendered HTML.
- Using the File->Save To->Save To Html Dialog
- Export the Raw Html Fragment
- Export as Packaged HTML file
- Export as HTML File with loose Assets
- Export as Packaged Zip File
- Use View In Browser and Save As Html from Browser
- Use Copy Selection as HTML to copy selected Markdown text as HTML to the Clipboard
This option lives at File->Save To->Save to HTML and it allows you to save your Markdown content as a rendered HTML in a few different ways:
Here is what each of those options does:
The most basic way to save is to save the raw HTML output from the rendered markdown as is.
This is useful for copying the raw HTML to server applications that provide their own styling or hold all relative resources on the actual Web site in file accessible folders.
Raw export for use in applications that provide styling and related content - such as Weblogs, Documentation etc.
Allows you to save the document and all of associated resources as a single large HTML file with all dependencies embedded into the HTML as inline resources. All images, scripts, CSS, fonts etc. are embedded into the document as embedded binary data. Because all resources are embedded this file can often be very large as all the support libraries like Bootstrap and FontAwesome are embedded. The output is based on the current preview theme.
The packager imports local dependencies, as well as web based resources and embeds them into the document. Because the file is completely self contained in a single
.html file you can move the file to a new location and it should still render correctly.
Fully self contained file that you can email and share, or publish as a static file on a Web site. File tends to be very large as all resources are embedded.
Allows you to save the HTML document to file, with all related dependencies copied to disk in the same folder. All images, CSS, Scripts and fonts are also created in the same folder.
It's recommended that you create the generated HTML in a new empty folder so the HTML and its dependencies are easily isolated and can be zipped or moved as a group. The target folder is not cleared first if it exists.
Useful for hosting on a static Web site or simply for archival purposes of the full content.
This performs basically the same operation as the Folder with Loose Assets output, but it packages the resulting files into a packed Zip file that you can copy around more easily. To use the output, simply unpack the Zip file into a folder and the rendered HTML should find all of its dependencies to render self contained.
Same scenario as loose files but for emailing, or moving between machines and for archival purposes.
You can use the editor's Context Menu Copy As Html or ctrl-shift-c to copy the current Markdown selection as an HTML fragment to the clipboard. To select the entire document use ctrl-a then ctrl-shift-a to copy the generated HTML to the clipboard.
This can be quite useful if you want to use MM as your Markdown editor for pushing content into HTML based input controls.
The above options are native to Markdown Monster itself. The following is a technique you can use with your preferred browser, which may render the HTML differently and under some circumstances may do a better job with very complex HTML output.
To do this:
- Open your Markdown Document
- Make sure the Preview browser
- Use the Preview Browser's Context Menu:
Show In external Web Browser or
View->View in Web Browser
- HTML opens in Web Browser
- In the external browser choose Save As...
- Pick a file location and save
- Open the
.htmlfile from the local folder
Depending on the browser you get options to save a single document of just the HTML, or HTML plus all dependencies in a folder, similar to the behavior described for MM above.
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