1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 7, 2015 4:07 PM by Cari Jansen

    Centered Column of Graphics in HTML files


      When I export my HTML files, I end up with each of my graphics stacked on top of each other in a centered column.  Why does that happen and what can I do about it?  I'm using InDesign CS6.

        • 1. Re: Centered Column of Graphics in HTML files
          Cari Jansen Adobe Community Professional

          The HTML export in CS6 does not maintain your layout on export, but exports all objects in a linear way.


          By default export options set the content order to 'based on Page Layout' using :

          • This will export any individually placed item using a left-to-right, top-top-bottom approach.
          • Items will appear in a linear flow and not maintain their layout placement, and images are centered because the css-property for text-align is set to centered.
          • To adjust the layout of objects you'd need to work the css.


          Changing content order 'Same as Articles' will give a similar linear flow in the result, but you have control over the content order using the Articles panel.