1. You are missing the quotes around the timeline label reference
it should be
2. Since your project files already have css files in them, have you tried adding the local fonts in that manner? Example here using the @font rule.
The add font/ asset reference is for web font services such as Typekit, Google etc.
3. Unfornately no - non-managed (not created in Edge Animate) html elements cannot be converted to symbols.
Thanks soooo much Darrell!
1) ... that worked... slap to my forehead... d'oh!
2) I am currently using @font-face in my original html document (actually linked in another css file), but I was just trying to get Edge to recognize the fonts in it's text tool... might not be necessary now that issue #1 has been resolved
3) I'm basically trying to swap one div for another (As you might be able to see in my project file) and I was going to use nested timelines like in this tutorial: http://blogs.adobe.com/edge/2012/07/18/tutorial-leveraging-independent-symbol-timelines/ - Is there some other way of accomplishing this?
Thanks again, you rock!!
Which divs are you attempting to swap?
The two I have animated on the timeline - welcome_page & portfolio_page (Plus I will be adding two more to coincide with my "About" and "Contact" buttons... so 4 divs total to slide in with the clicks, and slide the previous ones out.
Thanks again D!
You should be able to create additional grouped elements (drag them off stage) to represent content for those respective pages; animate/transition them within the respective 'labelled' regions (the same way you did 'portfolioT'; then trigger them from the respective buttons.
Sounds like it may be an easier solution to originate the project into Edge Animate, altogehter! Instead of mixing unmanaged (external) and managed elements.
Probably. The only concern about that would be to keep the functionality of the two jQuery plugins I am using - Videolightbox, and Quicksand.... (I use them to filter and play videos like on this page: http://www.ruesterprod.com/edgeTest_c/ )
...So say I create a div inside Edge, and then input some js into it that would grab an html page and put it inside the div, and that way I can animate the div / symbol using Edge, and still have my html there from another source?