Easily Create Engaging Web Designs
Working in the same familiar and intuitive QuarkXPress® interface that you use to design for print, you can create Web pages — complete with hyperlinks, menus, forms, image maps, rollovers, and other Web elements.
You can create animated SWF (Flash®) files with moving objects, movies, windows, and more, and export HTML pages and Flash for publishing to the Web — without writing a single line of code.
You can even convert designs you created for print to Web, and share design and content across layouts.
Web Design Features
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- Add navigation menus to your Web pages and interactive layouts
You can use a simple dialog box to build navigation menus that help your users get around in your Web and SWF (Flash) projects.
- Add hyperlinks and anchors
You can create automatically hyperlinked tables of contents, text hyperlinks, and image-based hyperlinks, then include them in your exported Web pages and PDFs. Hyperlinks can point to external URLs or to internal anchors.
- Add meta tag sets
You can make your exported Web pages more visible to search engines by including meta tag sets.
- Build HTML forms — no coding required
You can build a form in a Web page by simply drawing the fields, menus, and buttons you want. Configuring form elements is equally simple, with fields and drop-down menus — no coding required.
- Text-to-image Conversion
When you export to HTML from QuarkXPress, you can stay searchable by exporting text as text, or preserve fonts and formatting by converting text to images. Even better, you can make this decision on a box-by-box basis, and choose which image format to use for each box — GIF, JPG, PNG, or even SWF (Flash) if you want a vector-based format.
- Automatic image format conversion
With QuarkXPress’ automatic image conversion feature, you can use the same image files when designing for Web, interactive, and digital media that you use when designing for print. QuarkXPress automatically converts image files to a format suitable for each medium — so if you’re using PSD, EPS, or TIFF files, you don’t have to manually convert them to PNG for use on an iPad. When exporting for the Web, you can even choose which image file format you want QuarkXPress to use.
- Easily create engaging Web pages — complete with hyperlinks, menus, forms, image maps, rollovers, animated SWF (Flash) files, and more — no coding required
- Use the same powerful design capabilities available for print
- Convert existing print layouts to Web layouts
- Share design and content automatically across media types