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A Guide to Exporting Content

With Jumpchart, it’s easy to get your carefully planned and organized content out. There are a few different options you have when it comes to exporting content from Jumpchart and they are all reached by clicking on the “export” icon in the main menu.

Wireframe Preview

To share content with others via the wireframe, select “Wireframe Preview” from Share icon’s dropdown menu. Up top, you’ll see a small checkbox for “Make this preview public.” Checking that will present you with a public preview link you can share with others. This link isn’t editable – only viewable.

Exporting Single Page HTML

To export a page’s content to HTML, click the Share icon and then select “Page HTML” from the dropdown menu.

Exporting Your Site HTML

From the Share icon’s dropdown menu, select “Site HTML” to get a folder that contains all your pages, a CSS stylesheet, some basic javascript, and all the files and images you’ve uploaded to your Jumpchart project. Because Jumpchart exports extremely clean and well-structured markup, you can apply your own styles and designs, quickly and easily.

Copy HTML to Clipboard

If you just want to pull your project’s clean HTML to your clipboard, now you can. To copy your HTML to your clipboard, click the share icon, and then select HTML: Copy to Clipboard. Paste your HTML to use it.

Exporting Your Site PDF

You can also export your project’s content in its entirety as a PDF to share with collaborators. From the Share icon’s dropdown menu, select “Site PDF.” In the resulting file, links will remain in-tact, and those you share it with will see consistent formatting across browsers.

Exporting Your Site CSV

In addition, you can export the entire project to CSV, which is, as you know, a very portable and flexible file format that can be read and parsed easily by all your favorite tools. The CSV format is also super easy to custom code around as well.

Exporting to a CMS

WordPress and Drupal are two of the most popular and easy to use content management systems out there. Their export formats are among the most widely used across other management systems. If you have a Super or Deluxe Jumpchart plan, you can export your Jumpchart project directly to the Wordpress or Drupal formats.

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