you could send a link in your email and you could embed a movie (that would not be interactive).
and if you want a single file with your project that has no external references, use a swf or an air or projector file.
Hey kglad! Thanks for your fast response!
The projector file sounds good, so its basically a .exe? Love it! I'm assuming this is something the user will need to install however, and this wont work in this case. Thanks for the info - definitely for future use!
I think now my client will be able to host the html5 graphic on their website, so embedding a movie - which Im guessing will be a static image of the graphic with a big play button - into the email would do the trick. I will look into how to do that.
Are my thoughts and many questions right?
Thanks very much!!
swfs are everywhere online. they are usually embedded in an html however and they work great (except on mobiles, esp iOS).
but, if you already have a html5 app created and can host on a server, just add a link to your email and that should work for almost all devices including mobile.
And finally, any idea why the html file does not run in IE or Chrome but is okay in firefox?
just upload your files to a server and send your client a link to the html.
if you have an html5 problem with ie or chrome, it's probably because of ie or chrome settings.
post a link to your embedding html that works in ff and fails in ie and chrome.
I don't have a server. My client is viewing the graphic before eventually sending to her web team to upload. Ill see if I can contact the web team direct.
This just seems a limitation somehow in the almighty html5 excitement.
And in your last sentence, are you asking me to post a link to the html? Its not uploaded. I could paste it here but that's a long file.
My settings in IE have directX disabled, I have the most up to date version of flash and I have the shockwave flash enabled in manage add on. I have downloaded a debugger add on to IE however and an error occurs with the sound file. Perhaps this is the problem and I am looking into it. My friends IE doesn't work either.
i wouldn't use a frameset. i'd use html5 and jquery.
in any case i'm not sure if your youtube question is related to your email question and, if so, how those relate to html5 files published by flash pro.
Hi! The graphic is a html5 file built in Adobe flash cc. It's interactive and I'm housing it on a server. My client is using word press so I'm hoping I can work out how to do that.
So when a user clicks on a button in the graphic, I want it to open a window over my graphic and okay a you tube video.
Areyou able to guide me on the jquery and html? This is alien to me! Haha. Thanks
that's too complex for a forum.
you could google tutorials to see if you can get enough code help to work out the needed details.