So you have finished editing a spreadsheet and want to publish it. On EditGrid, there are more than one way to do just that.
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A spreadsheet is identified by a URL, or the permalink. To address it, just a copy-and-paste to your email or IM message will do. EditGrid's permalinks work in a tremendously simple way, as demonstrated in the self-explanatory illustration below.
EditGrid's permalinks do not stop at the spreadsheet level. Every sheet has its own permalink so you can refer directly to the designated sheet. Permalinks even work for individual cells and regions.
Yes, every single cell in EditGrid's spreadsheet is addressable with a URL. You can also make use of cell permalinks to link up cell data from one spreadsheet to another.
In addition, EditGrid generates a permalink for every exported format, too.
Publish to Website or Blog
You can also publish your spreadsheet onto your corporate website, intranet, knowledge management system, or blog. Simply go to "Post to Blog / Webpage" in your spreadsheet, copy the EditGrid-generated code segment and paste it onto your website's or blog's editor and -- Voila! -- it's done. Managing the data-intensive portion of your website now becomes a trivial task, and no programming effort is required.
EditGrid allows you to publish your spreadsheet data in two flavours: dynamic HTML table or mini-EditGrid. The former is a light-weight read-only component which updates when the reader reloads or refreshes the page. The latter is in reality an EditGrid widget which features RTU and allows online editing.
You can even customise the output to match your website's or blog's look-and-feel: