The only thing I've been able to find on this is from older versions of Edge and Muse.
What I've read suggests that we have to put all the edge.html and edge.js files at the root level with the other html pages. That leaves the Edge Includes in their own separate folder.
I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GET THIS TO WORK.
I may be able to double-click the edge.HTML file to play in a browser, but when I try to play it after publishing from Muse – no luck.
I also wonder what happens when I want to put Edge animations on multiple pages within a Muse website. It seems with the root level would become crowded with so many Edge files. And how do all those “Edge includes” folders get renamed?
I would love to see tighter integration between Edge and Muse. But for now, I would be very happy just to be able to play my Edge animations in published Muse sites. As much as I'd like to use it, I can't use Edge if I can't get the animations to play in Muse.
Thanks for any help...
You probably did not find this article at the right time but there is one KB article explaining how to insert the Edge content into a Muse website.
Basically what you have to do is, after you publish the Edge project, to take the exported folder, or just the files, (but I'm totally into taking taking the whole folder) and upload them to your FTP where the Muse site is published. After that just use the "Object > Insert HTML..." option from Muse and paste the <iframe> code from the KB and customize the path to the folder where the files are located and the width & height for the iframe.
KB can be accessed here: http://www.adobekb.com/inserting_edge_content.html
An example can be found here.
- Edge project uploaded to FTP.
- Content of the project folder.
- HTML code
I hope this will answer your question.
How do I have a Muse site call up an Edge animation on a device with no internet connection? Can I have it address a certain folder or just look in the same folder where the Muse .html file resides?
We're trying to set up tutorials for use on tablets that will be used in the field where we know no internet connection will exist. I think we need to package this as an app and I heard that the Muse file can be opened in Dreamweaver which can export a PhoneGap build but I am a tad foggy about the process.
Please advise firstname.lastname@example.org
You can export as html on a local pc and place the edge files on the root folder and it is supposed to work. You will have test it for tablets. Packaging the Muse site as a PhoneGap is not a supported work flow, you are welcome to try it and let the community know how that went.
I know this topic is quite old, but did you find a solution for Muse to PhoneGap? It seems like Muse, even more than Dreamweaver is the perfect solution for mobile given the focus on poweful html5 with CSS and JS, exactly what PhoneGap compiles. I would think that PG integration with Muse and Business Catalyst would be both relatively simple and a high priority. Has anybody had success taking files from Muse or BC (can you take out those files other than with WGET?) and compiling in PhoneGap?