Sometimes, you’ll come across that one client who still wants to host the translations themselves, without depending on any external service. For these cases, we created the ability to export pre-rendered HTMLs or two-column text files with the sources and targets.
When one of these options are selected, the proxy can either dump the project dictionary to a simple text files, from which translations can be copy-pasted to the original CMS, like in ye olden days, or pre-render the translated pages into a ZIP file for rehosting.
When HTML exports are chosen, the proxy will only be able to preprocess pages that are in the current project, and may not include resources (like CSS or JS files), though these will still be referenced from the original domain. The export is then zipped up into an archive for easy download, and can be re-expanded on the original webserver for hosting.