Access HTML files from SD?

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Dec 19, 2012

Access HTML files from SD? by Jethro85 at 1:17 PM (541 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Jethro85
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    I would really like to be able to access local HTML files through the browser.

    Is there any way to point the browser to a file on the SD card?

    I want to save some webpages, strategy guides and such, and be able to access them in the browser without having to connect to the internet.
     
  2. camurso_

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    Menu File --> Save As ?
     
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    and how do u actually open them inside the sd?
     
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    camurso_, have you ever used the 3DS browser? There is no menu file --> save as.

    3DS is pretty limited with it's web browser. You can't even save most images from websites. Only jpegs that fit in a limited range of length x width.
    There isn't a way to view saved html pages, sadly.
     
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    If it's just a case of wanting to access stuff when there's no net then you could put them on your computer and then run Apache/XAMPP, and browse to your PC's local IP from the Wii's browser. You'd still need a local network set up for that though.
     
  6. camurso_

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    No, sorry, I thought he was referring a PC browser... :S
     

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