Here’s another highly requested feature for
in5 (InDesign to HTML5): the ability to save export settings and apply them to other InDesign documents.
And soon it will be a part of the latest version of in5. 🙂
The video below shows a sneak peek of Export Presets in action.
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You probably want to publish your content digitally—to tablets, phones, E-readers, and Web sites (ideally from a visual layout application like Adobe InDesign).
But there are so many digital publishing solutions to choose from, and the digital landscape is changing so rapidly.
Where do you start?
Digital Publishing expert Keith Gilbert and I have distilled hours of research into this 16-page guide.
Digital Publishing Technology Guide will help you make sense of all the options and give you the knowledge to choose the best technology for your projects.
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Here’s a first look at the upcoming version of in5 (InDesign to HTML5).
This video below shows
The new in5 user interface
Live text support for advanced formatting features, such as
Split columns inside of text frames
Paragraphs that span multiple columns
Paragraph Shading (this is already supported, but it’s fun to show off)
Not only will these new features do a better job of exporting your complex InDesign text styling as live HTML, but they will also create some new possibles for responsive designs.
More about in5.
First, Adobe took away DPS Single-edition, which allowed individuals and smaller business publish apps from InDesign.
Now Adobe DPS has been
even more expensive, and much less connected with InDesign. A free guide to ease the transition
If you feel like Adobe has left you behind and you want to make mobile apps with InDesign, then check out the DPS to in5 Transition Guide.
It’s a quick read and it’s free when you sign up for the Ajar Productions newsletter.
The guide will help you get back to publishing digital content from InDesign.
An iFrame lets you embed a website inside of another HTML document. It’s often used to
add online content to otherwise offline publications. When a viewer is offline, the iframe fails completely, and the author doesn’t have control of what is displayed.
So how do we go about fixing that?