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To answer your question on the HTML opening up in DW this is due to your default system configuration which probably has HTML documents opening in DW. The default is Safari on the Mac unless a user changes it or installs a program that changes it. This same statement would be true under a Windows environment if you set up the same permissions.
Adobe has a nice article for creating Autoplay CDs.
Thanks for the response! The first thing I did was go to the Adobe site (your link below) to read up on this. It didn't help much. The Autorun feature as I've set up [in the root folder on the CD] works on PCs though. Most of the users we're giving this CD to are on Macs. Might try and set up a PDF with embedded links as the index page, so a double click on any of those links will run the CD website. Not sure. Any other ideas??? Thank you!
from the page:
AutoPlay on Macintosh OSX
The AutoPlay feature was silently dropped under Mac OS X. For usability
purposes, a readme file can be added to a CD's root folder to instruct the
user about what to do. Many Macintosh resources recommend this for OSX as
well System 9.
A number of workarounds to enable AutoPlay on OSX have been posted on
various online resources. For supported procedures regarding the AutoPlay
feature, check the Macintosh Developer website.
Adobe Community Expert, dreamweaver