In the previous chapter you saw how Flare source files differ from standard XHTML files and what that means when importing files into Flare. This chapter discusses the file structure of a Flare project.
If you want to copy content files directly into Flare, use your own CSS file, or manipulate Flare XML files directly, then you need to understand how a Flare project is structured and where to find the appropriate files.
Flare is organized by projects.
When you create a new project, Flare creates a directory structure.
The top-level directory contains the project file
(a file with the extension
.flprj). Flare also creates several subdirectories. The two subdirectories ...