You can try a workaround that solves the same problem as yours on the below two links...
As a matter of interest, what is your proposed final output?
Thank you you for your reply. However, the script doesn't retain text specifications.
One of the output options is to export to html using a 3th party plugin in Photoshop.
To what purpose?
Then why Photoshop? For that matter why InDesign?
There are a lot of webcentric apps out there. Too numerous to even name without know exactly what you need. A full description would help us help you.
There are some web developers that will accept a layered Acrobat pdf which has been exported from an InDesign layout. This type of pdf will be flattened when it's opened in Photoshop but some developers are able to copy and paste text and images from the layers of the pdf in Acrobat.
To make this type of pdf use the Export Adobe pdf option with the compatibility set to Acrobat 6 (PDF 1.5) or above and make sure that "Create Acrobat layers" and "Export Layers:" is set to "All Layers".
The only other alternative I've found for this is to export to a high quality pdf or eps and open the document through Illustrator. When you do this the text will come in in multiple insertion points and must be meticulously fixed as area type. Then every thing in the layout will have to be moved into layers to match the InDesign file. The upside of all this work is that you can then go through File>Export>Export as:>Photoshop (psd). This psd should accurately match the layers and formatting of the retooled Illustrator file. It's a huge pain but it should work.
In any case, if you try either of the above make sure that the InDesign file is set up in pixels and RGB.
All content is already located and formatted in native Indesign files, used for print. New output options are required, one of them is the web. I'm looking for quick and easy to use conversion solutions.
Try in5 from AjarProductions.com.
Again, though, just saying the content has to go to the web is not helpful. Is this a WordPress site, Muse? Something bigger? Custom coded?