Make sure that you have uploaded the edge includes folder. This is one thing that is easy to miss.
Make sure all the images in the images folder that are used in the animation are uploaded.
I also upload all of the edge files in the root directory of the website, including the .an file and the html sample file. They are not used to run the animation, but if you upload the .an file you have a copy of the animation itself to download and work on again later if you need to change it.
Make sure those are uploaded as well. So that is 5 files in the root directory of your website that need to be uploaded, plus the edge includes folder.
The html file created from the animation is the guide as to what code you need to put into the html of the webpage that you want to the animation on. Check the code in this page carefully and make sure you have inserted the three important pieces of code there on to the webpage with the animation.
1. <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge"/> statement in the head tag
2. the script and style statements between the <!--Adobe Edge Runtime--> tags in the head area
3. the Div with id Stage in the body tag on the page.
By the way I have found that you don't need to have style="margin:0;padding:0;" in the body tag. The animation seems to run fine if that is deleted.
And one word of warning when doing a BC site, I have found that an edge animation will not run on a html page that also has a tag inserted on it for a photo gallery. I logged a job for this one and it has never been solved.
Good luck and let me know how you go.
Sorry for the late reply. Thank you for the feedback, we decided to use the OAM files through Muse this go around, but when I get familiar with Dreamweaver and HTML I will follow your instructions.