I doubt if the Edge Suite plugin would work, as the new Edge Animate doesn't generate a preload.js file, like it used to generate earlier.
You can manually change the wordpress content and add the Edge animation as shown in file shared @ https://www.dropbox.com/s/me0wtl30kkr43oo/Edge_Wordpress.rar?dl=0
In Joomla, you can use an iFrame: Put everything in a folder on the server and use the HTML-file in an iFrame.
Must me possible in Wordpress too?
Vivekuma...How do you mean??
I'm having the same problem...but i don't understand you....i opened the dropbox-file but i don't see it..
please help me as soon as possible
Sorry, I cannot understand either.
What you have to do is to create a div in the wordpress html page like :
<div id="Stage" class="EDGE-1489967226"></div>
and then put the content from edge composition html page
<!--Adobe Edge Runtime-->
//all content within it
<!--Adobe Edge Runtime End-->
into the head section of the wordpress html page.
Now, see the scroll.html page in the zip file I shared, and consider it a simple wordpress content having single div with id "wordpressContent" and associated styles, which I modified as per above to add animate content.
Let me know if that helps.
If you use an older version of Edge Animate (still available for download) you can still work with Edge Suite. The plugin needs an update as vivekuma said.
Otherwise, there's a good explanation here on how to insert it manually. Basically, you need to upload the files from the publish folder, previously updating the paths to your new location.