1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 8, 2013 6:55 PM by jbowden

    When I export a file how do I get the raw HTML code to edit?

    mky444 Level 1

      I created a log in form with edge, now I need to pass it off to my team of programmers, but I realized when export the file there is no raw code. Is there a way to get the raw HTML 5 code? I've opened it in dreamweaver, but I see maybe 3-4 lines of code. They keep asking for CSS files along with the HTML raw code, but I'm pretty sure there isn't any attached in the HTML5 file just a JS. file please help.

        • 1. Re: When I export a file how do I get the raw HTML code to edit?
          jbowden Adobe Employee

          Hi there,

           

          By default, Edge Animate encapsulates all CSS and HTML for its elements into JSON structures that reside in the file yourProjectName_edge.js within the project folder. This data is later dynamically injected when the HTML page is opened in a browser.

           

          If your team you pass off to are coders, they should be able to access that data within the edge.js file mentioned - just be sure to NOT change the JSON structures themselves and all should be well.

           

          hth,

          Joe