You can use an iframe in your Dreamweaver page and set the src to the html that is created when you publish to HTML.
<iframe src="mycomp.html" />
You can look up the iframe tag for more options on how to place it in your page. Hope that helps!
Thanks Elaine for the reply. Another question though, the <iframe> does not display the full code or index with search engines either does it?
Whether iframe or OAM, my HTML code for my page only shows the 1 or 2 lines of code that references the edge animate comp. Or can engines like Google see into the iframe where the keywords and photos are?
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I don't believe crawlers can load up the iframe, though it will index your rotator page. One solution I found is to use the noframe tag to insert data about what's in your iframe:
Hope that helps,
Thanks Elaine. I read the article, but I still think I am going to avoid using iframes beacuse I want the highest possibility for my content being indexed.
I can't seem to find anywhere or anyone that knows how to do what I am asking. I am thinking either there is no way currently, or people are not understanding what I am trying to do.
Does it make sense what I am trying to achieve?
Well, I understand what you're trying to achieve, but I think you're hitting a limitation with search engine optimization (SEO). From what I read in my search, people seem to treat it as a fact of life. Perhaps your Animate composition could be the entirety of the page? You would sidestep some of the issues inherent with embedding.