Short answer: none of them.
Kinda getting that feeling. But "None"?
is there a "web Content" workaround? or, where can I go to see advanced techniques for PDFs?
The PDF specification was designed long before it was popular to include live web content. It does not include that capability.
You should other methods of doing interactivity like Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) or EPUB.
Thank you Steve. I am, but not all my audience has the tech to read DPS media\
What version of InDesign are you using? Fixed layout epub is far more interactive than PDF and can do a lot of the same things as DPS.
You’ll need the latest version of InDesign CC2014 to use it though.
I have creative cloud, fully updated. Maybe I'm missing a trend here. Some of my most important sector of my audience are using windows laptops. Not eReader devices. And the media is a company presentation, so I'm trying to meet my audience were that are at. Solar everyone has Actobat. As a Mac user...dose windows have a universals eReader desktop app like ours "iBook"
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For epub, I’ve found that readium for Chrome does an excellent job.
If you’d like to learn more about epub, I highly recommend Anne-Marie’s courses on lynda.com