Thanks for the link
Unfortunately this method will not work with dreamweaver cc 2015 /bootstrap.
Using just an html5 document their is no problem wrapping it on a div tag
please link us to a live page with the issue
El jul. 28, 2015 7:16 AM, "pittsburgh_joe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When exporting to dreamweaver cc 2015 with bootstrap inside a Div it
does not hold its position created by pittsburgh_joe
<https://forums.adobe.com/people/pittsburgh_joe> in Edge Animate CC - View
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I was having the same problem. I had 3 wrapped inline-block divs and wanted the third to be an edge composition. Everytime I tried, no matter what I did with the div, the comp would position itself on top of the middle div, and take about 30 seconds to load. I looked at this post and followed links around and for me the simple solution was to uncheck the "center stage" checkbox in edge animate before publishing. insert the edge animation into the div that you want it to be in. That worked for me but it had a little bit of overflow. If that ends up being the case, just make a css selector for the stage itself (if dreamweaver didn't make one itself) . Put the stage positioning to "relative," and finesse it into the center of the div with padding. (note: when inputting padding, if you made your Edge Animation with vertical and horizontal scaling it may scale a bit when adding the padding. That is how I managed to do it anyway.
OK, scratch that. Try the above but I had the positioning wrong. The Div you put the composition into should be "relative" and the composition would then be "absolute."