Scaleable HTML5 Layouts from InDesign (in5 v3.1 Feature)

in5 (InDesign to HTML5) is incredibly flexible. It’s easy to attach custom functionality to your output.

I’ve shared several customizations on this blog and on the Answer Exchange.

The most popular customization by far is the “desktop scaling” code that scales layouts proportionally to the browser window.

In fact, when most people ask me about a “responsive” layout, they actually want to maintain their layout and simply scale it proportionally (a truly responsive layout changes at different sizes—I’m working on that, too).

To make it even easier for you to create flexible layouts (on both desktop and mobile), I’ve folded this scaling feature into in5 and refined it further.

Check out the video below to see it in action.

(It even works with the new page flip transition!)

Update: You can now also create fully responsive layouts with in5.

Download a copy of in5 to try out Desktop Scaling.

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Justin | design,extensions,HTML5,InDesign | Monday, September 4th, 2017

2 thoughts on “Scaleable HTML5 Layouts from InDesign (in5 v3.1 Feature)”

  1. Lorianne Chapman says:

    Have you made any progress with truly (mobile/tablet) responsive capabilities for In5?

    1. Justin says:

      It’s #1 on the list of features I plan to implement this year.

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