But the problem is when you have to share your maps with people without the software, or if you want to construct a web site with the maps in the html format.
What is the correct way to do this?
I have the same problem. I want to share maps in their html format, so I can upload them to a server and point others to them.
Unfortunately, while the package-files (.vpk) works fine for porting maps to open them with VUE somewhere else, the links to the resources are "absolute" in the generated html-code.
There is a quick and comfortable workaround for this, though:
Open the .html file in some editor like the native Windows "Editor", Notepad+ or PSPad.
Find the link to your first resource (e.g. href="c:\users\UserName\foo\bar\Filename_Of_The_Resource_File.xxx" )
Find all instances of the absolute filepath (marked red above plus the leading quotation marks) and replace it with only the leading quotation marks["]
This will remove all absolute path information from the entire file, leaving only the filenames and the necessary quotation marks (example: href="FileName.xxx" )
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