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If you need a seperate pre-loader file on publish you can simply enable the option "Publish preload DOM as a seperate file" in publish settings. Publish settings are available for your composition at "File ->Publish Settings..".
Most of the changes done on 2014.1 are internal and you can do anything on 2014.1 that you can do in previous versions. One more prominent change in 2014,1 is that, you need to explicitly add jquery to your scripts(Earlier they were loaded by default). Pl let me know if you need more info.
I worked this out yesterday.
You can uptick Web,
Publish the Animate Deployment package.
Then in wordpress, add the plugin called 'Edge suite'... (yesterday I had some problems getting the plugin to work and eventually had to track down the developers current dev build which worked fine, he's a solo developer even though Adobe refer to his plugin in their own video tutorials).
Once the plugin is installed.
You load up the the published file... and then activate some shortcode script and add the shortcake with an id that relates to your edge item into your Wordpress post.
It seems we can't post links here.
I posted a blog entry about this and some vimeo layer embedding.
If you search google for 'How to animate elements in front of and behind your embedded Vimeo or Youtube Video'
you'll find my scrappy blog post... skip the first 75% of it... and it will run through publishing form Edge and posting to Wordpress.
Thank you, Stormy. I am unfortunately not able to use the Edge Suite plugin in due to security and compliance reasons. Wish I could though!
Ah.. sorry.. hmm... good luck