Thank you, I've done a google search before but I thought maybe with CC some miraculous solution has appear.
Afraid not -
Only works on mac
And Indesign is not great for designing for the Web.
Illustrator would be a much better way.
Or using photoshop.
InDesign still hasn't made that jump to interconnect it's content with other applications.
Absolutely right. Since a web design primarily consists of graphics, it is usually done in Photoshop and perhaps the good old ImageReady.
@yeahyeahyeahye: if you look around the web, there are many sites which sell (or give away for free) website templates. Those are usually PSD plus exported HTML.
I'm usually providing web layout in psd but when there is a lot of texte and pages It would be easyer (for me) to do it in indesign specially because of spread template and paragraph style. I thought because they trying to make indesign more digital friendly this new version will allow something like this.
InDesign's type engine is geared almost entirely to print-destined typesetting, and rightly so. HTML/CSS type handling is completely different, and there is no direct translation between the two. No matter how much you finesse the text in InDesign, it will be of little use to the person who actually builds the web pages.
Unless you export it as HTML, which is the way it should be done.
Michael Murphy has a new course on Lynda.com on exporting HTML from
InDesign. I recommend it to anyone that needs to move ID content to the
web. This link will get you a free one week trial: http://bit.ly/RS0GXs
... but when there is a lot of texte and pages It would be easyer (for me) to do it in indesign.
Uhm, what? Since when web layouts contain content? The layout is just a template.
Those texts you refer to are content. I suggest to export the web layout from PS and the text content from Indesign.