I have an animation which if previewed in DW CS6 Live VIew, runs perfectly. It consists of an index.html, a CSS and src.js, the latter holding the animation's JS script.
If I use Preview (FF or IE), the same animation looks fuzy, blurred. Same problem if I simply launch the index on my desktop. Default browser, FF, runs it fuzzy/blurred.
I have beginner skills using DW. So, I'm not sure why the same files preview perfectly in LIve View and look much less clear in DW Preview mode or run on the desktop in FF or IE?
The goal result would be to get the files running as clearly in a browser as in LIve View.
Any suggestions appreciated. (Guesses: Maybe Live View sizes, scales differently than when these files are run in the browser? Or maybe the canvas element is somehow treated differently in Live View than in the browsers-which are the latest and capable of HTML5?)
Live View in DW only shows you an approximation of a webkit browser. I would be willing to bet it looks closer to correct in Chrome and Safari.
Always preview in the actual browsers to see how your site will look in the real world.
Without seeing the site first hand, there's no way for us to help you if there were a coding issue, however it is more than likely a simple "browser differences" issue.
Could you post a link?
For what it's worth "...DW Preview mode or run on the desktop in FF or IE" are the same thing (when you are talking about Preview In Browser that is).
I plan to use this as part of an eLearning lesson (if I can get it working better).
I uploaded it here: https://elearningprojects.com/websample1/index.html (please let me know if you would like to view any of the files-there are 3: index.html, src.js and style.css)
Once uploaded, I viewed it using Chrome on an Android tablet: unfortunately, same fuzzy/blurry result.
Must have something wrong in the script. Not sure what to try?
Have moved this to: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1255760 since it is probably a scripting issue.