The Publish to Web wizard simplifies the process
of creating DWF files and formatting them for display in HTML
The Publish to
Web wizard provides a simplified interface for creating formatted
web pages that include DWF, JPEG, or PNG images of drawings.
DWF format does not compress the drawing file.
JPEG format uses lossy compression; that is, some data is
deliberately discarded to greatly reduce the size of the compressed
PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format uses lossless
compression; that is, no original data is sacrificed to reduce the
size of the file.
to Web, you can quickly and easily create an attractively formatted
web page, even if you are not familiar with HTML coding. After
creating a web page, you can post it to an Internet or intranet
some examples of ways in which you can use the Publish to Web
wizard to create a web page:
Templates. You can select one of four
templates for the layout of your web page or customize your own
Themes. You can apply a theme to the
template you've chosen. With themes, you can modify the colors and
fonts in your web page.
i-drop. You can activate drag-and-drop
capability on your web page. Visitors to your page can drag drawing
files into a program session. i-drop files are ideally suited for
publishing block libraries to the Internet.
about using i-drop to create an i-drop handle on a website, see the
i-drop documentation on the Autodesk website at http://www.autodesk.com/idrop.
NoteYou can also
customize the template you use for your web page. For more
information about customizing templates, see Customize
a Publish to Web Template in the Customization Guide.