When you publish your Edge animation it should create a folder. You want to move this whole folder to your Dreamweaver site, somewhere under the root public_html or www directory. You can then open the dreamweaver page and add an iframe to place the html where you want. It would be something like: <iframe src="/path/your_edge.html" width="640" height="180" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>. Set the path to the edge HTML, the height and the width as you need it.
Hope this helps,
Well, I did the embedding a little differently, but I do have the basic file on the page... the problem seems to be the graphic. I've uploaded the folder "Publish" and all the other files I could find; the text appears, but not the image.
But your instructions lead me to re-read the path for my graphic, and I see it was set to a "images" folder not an "Images" folder... I gues I have to be more careful with mey cases.
I realize Jerry has you on your way, just thought I'd mention also that if you are a paid Clound Member subscriber, the latest Dreamweaver update (also came out last week) now has the option to embed an EA package file, with ease.
Just a heads up
Sadly, I'm not a paid Cloud member... I have DW6 "perpetual."