Setka Editor on other CMS Content Design Cloud. Export post HTML-code

Content Design Cloud. Export post HTML-code

A Design Cloud subscription plan makes it possible to use Setka Editor from a personal account without the need for CMS integration. Users can create posts in their browsers before simply exporting the resulting HTML-code into any content management platform.

 

How do I create a post?

  1. Click the Posts tab – Create Post
  2. Create a post and save it by clicking ______________2019-11-15___13.58.38.png below. To save and exit, click ______________2019-11-15___14.03.12.png.

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Posts are sorted by date on the Posts page. 

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How do I export a post's HTML-code?

1. From the Posts page

Go to "Posts" on editor.setka.io and find a post to export.

Then click "Export"  on the bottom right of the post badge:

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To save code as a .txt file, click Save as .txt or Copy to clipboard

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2. From the editor

Click "Export"  on the bottom right of the editor page:

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To save code as a .txt file, click Save as .txt or Copy to clipboard

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Design Cloud subscription plans are available upon request; please reach out to support@setka.io.

 

Export to PDF

How to customize your PDF generated from the post?

You can customize the PDF version of the post only if the PDF export feature for Design Cloud posts is available on your plan. In this case you have a couple of useful tools to customize its appearance.

1. While working with the post, you can see how it will be automatically broken down into pages. To do this, there is a separate PDF mode in the editor preview.

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2. Ability to manually set a page break in the right place.

Of course, in most cases, automatic page break will cause some problems - for example, the block with the background will be divided into two parts or logically related content will be on different pages. Therefore, you can use the function of inserting a forced page break in the right place.

To do this, there is a special button "PDF page break" in the right toolbar. It inserts the page break into the content of the post. For every page break you can set up whether there will be an indent from the top of the next page.

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3. You can set up visibility for specific items on a PDF page (e.g. hide subscription forms or CTAs):

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How to generate a PDF file?

1. Find the post on the "Posts" page and click on "Export" on its' badge.

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or export from the post editing page:

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2. Select «Send post as .pdf».

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3. You will receive the .pdf file on an e-mail, which was used to register your Style Manager account on editor.setka.io.

 

Limitations:

  1. The exported file would only contain the content created in Setka Editor. So, don't forget to make up the title in Setka Editor, to get it in the .pdf-file.
  2. The file would not be paginated. We plan to implement a pagination interface in future releases.
  3. Emoji will not be displayed in the PDF file.
  4. Only the first image will be displayed in the galleries. So, if you are planning to export the content to PDF, we don't recommend using galleries.
  5. Some videos or other embeds may not have a title image (depending on a service used to generate embeds). In the future, we plan to display video title images for the most frequently used services.
  6. You can open and edit the generated PDF file in Sketch, Adobe Illustrator or other similar applications.

To activate the Design Cloud plan, please contact support@setka.io.

 

What are my site requirements when importing Content Design Cloud HTML into its pages?

Your site should meet the following requirements to successfully import HTML from Setka Editor's Content Design Cloud:

  1. <script>, <link> and <div> tags should not be modified.
  2. <style> tags should not be modified. Setka Editor uses its own styles, generated by Style Manager. To display all the content correctly, these styles must retain their original appearances.
  3. data-* attributes within HTML should not be limited.

 

If you follow these guidelines but your post still looks incorrect, please contact our support team.