Creating hyperlinks from one InDesign page to another or to an outside site is one thing…but what if you’ve exported multiple documents from InDesign and want to connect them together? Is it possible?
Yes! It’s easy to connect multiple documents that you’ve exported to HTML using in5.
The key is using relative URLS, meaning that their paths are related to each other.
This tutorial will show you how to add a simple password to your app or Web App created with InDesign and in5 (InDesign to HTML5).
In this article, I’m going to show you how to create a self-running slideshow using Adobe InDesign and in5 (InDesign to HTML5).
This will let you create animated slideshows that will run in any browser, using content you’ve created in InDesign.
This type of slideshow has many possible uses, including
- web banners
- tradeshow presentations
- animated info graphics
There are only a few steps to creating a self-running slideshow…
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.
The 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.
Visit http://ajarproductions.com/techguide to sign-up and get this guide for free.