Single HTML page export, for offline use

Diagrams and documentation can be exported to a single HTML page for offline use.

This feature will not work if popups are blocked, so please ensure that popups are allowed for * (or your on-premises/Lite installation) in your web browser.


The diagram export feature will create a single HTML page that includes all diagrams and diagram keys, with a diagram selector control at the top of the page to navigate the diagrams. Zooming in and opening URLs by double clicking is supported, and you can also use the Left and Right cursor keys to move between diagrams (example).

When viewing diagrams, click the button to begin the export.


The documentation export feature will create a single HTML page that includes all documentation currently being displayed (example). Please note that interactive embeds (i.e. diagrams with a perspective enabled, and the graph visualisation) will be excluded from the export.

When viewing documentation, click the "Export to offline HTML page" link.

Automating the HTML exports

Diagrams and documentation are rendered client-side (i.e. in your web browser), so an automated export is only possible using a web browser in conjunction with an automation framework, for example headless Chrome and Puppeteer. See Help - Scripting API for more details.