You can still use the techniques in this article, but it much easier to create a looping slideshow from InDesign using in5’s Presentation Mode
(no coding required…not even copying and pasting). Shown in the video below.
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
animated info graphics
There are only a few steps to creating a self-running slideshow…
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.
This is a guest post by Sandee Cohen, adapted from Digital Publishing with Adobe InDesign CC by Sandee Cohen and Diane Burns. This article highlights the methods for adding interactivity to an InDesign document.
Types of interactive elements that can be added to InDesign documents
Links: Hyperlinks, Cross-references, Table of Contents
Each has its own particular uses, and some of the features may overlap. Before you start work, you need to decide which type of interactive element is right for your job or you could be stuck with an effect that can’t be exported for your finished project.