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portable Portable

save a folder snapshot as HTML Snap2HTML is a small, portable application that lets you create a snapshot of a given folder structure and publish it as HTML page. Unlike many other tools that create a simple index list, Snap2HTML outputs a nicely formatted page that uses modern techniques and looks much like an application window. You can sort the files by column, expand sub-folders and even search for files by keyword. Furthermore, everything is saved into a single .html file, so it is easy to store, share or publish on the web. If you feel like it, you can even edit the template file and customize the page design. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher RL VIsion (12) Price Free
Version 2.0  history Last updated Apr 24, 2017
File Size 196 Kb Requirements .NET Framework 4

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A hidden gem! 5 stars by rogerrabbit Jul 15, 2013 (Read all my 19 reviews)
Brilliant - very easy to use and lovely HTML output. Recommended! show Review details
Wonderful 5 stars by gimpguy Aug 26, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
There are only a couple of softwares that I consider excellent that do this and this one is definitely the top. Very easy ui, nothing to it, quickly creates the html even with large directories, has an excellent layout in the html which includes the linked files and also a handy search feature. Doesn't get much better than this. show Review details
It is a snap!! 5 stars by JMH1975 Mar 28, 2012
Thank you RL and Snapfiles! Nothing short of "Wow", this thing is so easy to use, the output is amazingly clean, and sharp. I've tried numerous file listing tools, I'm trying to document and diagram all my files on MS Visio or FreePlane. So all the other applications I tried created txt, csv, xml, or xls file outputs. I have a mountain of files to catalog, 250+ GB and over 160,000 files, and of all the solutions I've tried this is the only one that did it without crashing out. It searched the drive, and created the output the 16MB output html file in less than 2 minutes. I did knock a point off, since there was no easily, obvious way to add additional properties (dates, metatags, file types, ect) to the output. show Review details
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