mindmaps on websites and accessing them with ipad and windows

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I would like to "publish" some mindmaps to my website that could be viewed by other people with other browsers and other products (pc/mac/ipad/kindle fire).
I currently have MM 9 and have published a swf file or a pdf file to my site. Both work fine with my pc using IE and on other remote pcs using IE.
If I want it to be viewable for ipads also, does the created pdf file work? I assume the swf file would not work because it is flash.
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Brittney Mazzetta

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Unfortunately, you will not be able to view the link to the PDF on the iPad.
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Export as PDF, effectively an image will work on the jpjiiiPad.

You could use the Export to Web Clickable Image Map. Paste the contents of the .html.txt file in your web page, upload the jpg or gif file and then change image url to point to the new location.

Works for me. See:
http://www.conferencereaction.co.uk
http://www.cabre.co.uk

It's WYSIWYG but it's not dynamic. Hyperlinks do work and for local documents if you upload the Linked Documents folder and adjust the URLs in the .html.txt to suit new location. Multiple hyperlinks (you get the first one only), attachments and text notes do not work with this export.

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