So, I was wondering how the html import as an article into Adobe DPS works. Most examples that I have found are just images and simple code thrown
togther, to make an article. Can you design basically a website and import the html and css and the resources into DPS as an article? Reason I ask is, there
are some things that I might want to put into my DPS article but currently DPS is lacking the area of effects and animaions.
Just use Dreamweaver the same way you would to design a website.
The article does take a second or two to load but you can do so much with it that it may be an appropriate choice depending upon what you want to do.
It supports it in the sense that it uses MobileSafari for HTML articles and webviews. So if it works in MobileSafari (jquery and js do), it will work enveloped in a dps viewer, with the exception of trying to use "_self" targets for the viewport window, and probably a couple of other small details.
Just create the HTML article and add it to the folio.
It should all work nicely.
If you’d like you can also use the web content overlay to link to an html file…in this case make sure that it’s in its own folder.