There are no specific plugin for DPS but there are a ton of InDesign plugins available. The reason there are no real responses in this thread are because of the ambiguous nature of the question.
What exactly do you want to do?
Hi Bob. I myself who has no web (code) or HTML5 experience was impressed with the HTML STACKER plug-in as it gave me a number of "fancy" HTML5 techniques, such as gravity (physics), image slide shows, drag & drop and a whole number of features I could use.
Searching the web I have not found much that resembles HTML STACKER.
Are there any you could point out to us? (I really like Adobe Edge, but it's far from what HTML STACKER can offer in terms of simplicity).
There’s very little that HTML Stacker does that you couldn’t do with Dreamweaver and few decent extensions.
I will give you the same advice I give anyone else…learn HTML and CSS.
It’s the direction just about everything but print is going in.
Oh how much I hate the wording HTML5 when in fact everything is CSS3 and
But if course, HTML5 stays for beautiful, engaging HTML
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You're preaching to the choir. Besides adding video and audio tags there's nothing overly fascinating about HTML5. CSS3 on the other hand is amazing and I should point out, works quite nicely plain old ordinary HTML.
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