Saving a mind map as a web site

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Is it possible to save a mind map as a web site.
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Gary Donaldson

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Andrew Wilcox, Champion

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With the Windows version you can create a whole range of web site styles by exporting the map via web templates. There are add ins from third parties to extend this range.

On some other platforms you can export an SWF file for embedding into a web page.

Some relevant blogs:

Using Dropbox to share structured knowledge with MindManager

Creating linked information maps for the web with MindManager

The MindManager Web Export is great for summarising discussions

This web site was created with MindManager ConferenceREACTION
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Gary Donaldson

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Hi Andrew,

Thank you for your prompt and considered response. I've read the articles for which you provided links.

If I can explain my need a little further......

I'm a training manager and I want to develop process charts (flow charts) that enable the user to respond to YES and NO questions with a view to systematic diagnosis of faults.

Mind mapping seems an obvious way to document the processes and the responses (and their consequences) but I don't know if I can then just convert the process to web pages that would enable the user to click their way through the fault diagnosis process.....on what would be an off-line web site.

Have I explained this clearly enough? Is is possible? Is Mindjet the appropriate vehicle for what I want to do?

I'm not a high end user so I apologise in advance if I'm failing to see something which you might think is very obvious in what you've provided so far.

Gary
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The links in your topics can point to other topics in the map. After the web export these links will work. So a yes topic can link to the topic which describes the next stage. Links between different exported maps require more work and the clues are in the Linked Information Maps blog above.

I think you will have to experiment to see if this satisfies your need.

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