I am trouble shooting a problem for a client and I could use some help. As it stands all assets for the hype doc are located in hyperesoures. Is it possible to have the image assets in a separate folder and the code in another and still have it work?
I am working with a client that is trying to deploy on Uberflip and they have a folder for external js, but as I would normally do, they have css in one folder, js in another and image assets in another.
To clarify, are you asking for Hype to export differently (say put things into a js/ and img/ folder) or to be able to read from folders outside of the .hype document (as if the .hype were located where the exported .html would be)?
Thanks @jonathan. I do have a question, every site I have ever built, I always separate assets, code and CSS. Why is hype set up that way. It seems like it would be easy enough to be able to set some parameters in the app for paths. Might be a nice addition in the next iteration.
The idea of a single folder for everything was the closest emulation to a flash .swf file; we thought this would be conceptually easy for users: “all you need is three lines of code in your HTML and the folder of resources.” I personally also like dividing by functionality and not asset type since computers are pretty good at sorting by the type automatically. But as you can see from the other link, being able to support this style isn’t an uncommon request.
I think it would be nice if there was at least a choice, for times when you need to deal with pain in the ass platforms.