Are you creating an ePub or a DPS folio? If you're really creating an ePub, the DPS features such as HTMLResources have no effect.
I am creating an ad that will be placed as a page in an digital mag. within the ad I would like to have a movie (which I have figured out how to do).
I also want to have a button when clicked should dwnload a pdf file. Is this at all possible and if so what are the steps
where must the downloadable pdf file be hosted_ how do I create a .folio file which can be uploaded and viewed on my iPad with all interactions working.
I hope I am making sense. or am I asking for to much. all I want to do is show the client how this all looks on the iPad.
You can't download a PDF file on the iPad, but you can display one in the in-app browser. There are instructions for doing this in the Effects issue of the free DPS Tips app.
Now how do I view the .folio file on my iPad. This was created in inDesignCS5 on my desktop
Thanks for the response, Bob.
I'm creating a DPS folio and was previewing every page and every interactivity before I publish it. That's when I found out that the button to open up a PDF file wasn't working. I downloaded the DPS Tips app but I'm not seeing the Effects issue at all. Could you give me a rundown of how I can display the PDF? Thanks!