More details please. What do you mean placing an HTML file? How?
If I create a container frame and then go to web content in the overlay creator the URL or File shows in the web content area, I then navigate to the required HTML file created in adobe edge and place this into the URL inside the overlay creator. I then save this as a .indd document and try to preview this with the Adobe content viewer this results in the spinning beach ball and then I have to quite indesign. Regards Vividi
Interesting. There really shouldn't any difference between HTML created by Edge and any other program.
I didn't think you could preview HTML content in web overlays until it was actually viewed on the iPad?
I have this same problem, only the animation html file created in Edge works fine in browsers and InDesign's Preview but when I update my folio and try to view on the iPad with the Content Viewer, I just get a static image of my animation.
Has anyone gottent this to work?
Edge generated html files work fine for me. Are you sure your folder structure is correct?
I'm not sure if my structure is incorrect...like I said, it works in the preview, but not in the content viewer on the iPad. Right now I have it set up like this:
> Title Animation Folder
Then in my InDesign file for the Web Overlay, I'm linking directly to the XXX.html file within that structure.