8 Replies Latest reply on Jul 8, 2016 4:06 AM by MartinV

    HTML-Export in InDesign "destroys" images

    MartinV

      Hi everyone!

       

      Since CC 2015 the HTML export doesn't work right. I was hoping that the problem is known and will be solved in InDesign CC 2015.X. But the problem still exist, so I want to publish it here:

       

      When I export into HTML, the html code for many images is corrupt. The code doesn't look like

       

      <img src="folder/image/name.jpg" alt="" />

      but like

       

      <img src="data:image/jpg;base64,/9j/7QAsUGhvdG9zaG9wIDMuMAA4QklNA+0AAAAAABAAdAAAAAEAAQB0AAAAAQ AB/+4AJkFkb2JlAGQAAAAAAQMAEAMDBgkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFAAJJRP/bAIQAAgICAgICAgICAgMCAgIDBAMDAwME BQQEBAQEBQUFBQUFBQUFBQcICAgHBQkKCgoKCQwMDAwMDAwMDAwMDAwMDAEDAgIDAwMHBQUHDQsJCw0PDQ0NDQ8PDA wMDAwPDwwMDAwMDA8MDg4ODg4MERERERERERERERERERERERERERER/8IAEQgAEAAQAwERAAIRAQMRAf/EAIsAAAMB AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMEBQcBAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQAAIDAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUGIAMEBxEAAQMEAgIDAQ AAAAAAAAAAAQIDBBESBQYAEyExUbEjBxIBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIBMBAQADAQEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAREAICExUf/a AAwDAQACEAMQAAAArDhu4c//2gAIAQIAAQUBh//aAAgBAwABBQGH/9oACAEBAAEFAeSqCUaEUI4TIwLC9Tj5vQM22F P/2gAIAQICBj8BH//aAAgBAwIGPwEf/9oACAEBAQY/AZ8zZ8VCdahRoCg8+elKS8ly4qWFI9kD3zRSnEtog5yVFjPl Koy0OLDjTUrpeivOG03n4I+o+LyemzRs7eMfZN2Fkrd7z2dX7iMoVFU0N3jn85gYrVdkjY7Xssl11/JwVIoh6Uy6VF SBbQUNT4oOf//aAAgBAgMBPxDT/9oACAEDAwE/ENP/2gAIAQEDAT8QgcFPUAqn1vfOuDaPgGVRQq2IfMR2EuwBIkgT x0mJc0UIF4roCHvXP//Z" alt="" />

       

      So we had to change the whole print-to-web workflow from HTML to EPUB export, because EPUB export (thanks god) is still working. But it is not efficient because in our workflow we have to extract every EPUB and copy the XHTML - it costs time. A working HTML export would be better (for us).

       

      Im working on a Windows 10 64-Bit PC. But the problem also existed on my older Windows 7 PC.

       

      Is there a solution or an explanation? Can you help me?

       

      Thanks in advance, Martin

       

      PS: Sorry for my bad english