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Oct 20, 2019

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Have "translated" a .swf file - I now have:

*HTML5 Canvas.fla

*HTML5 Canvas.html

*HTML5 Canvas.js

 

The intent is to replace the original .swf in an existing .html page

<div id="flash-header">?</div>

What's the nomenclature?

 

Here is the home page in question - the "top" animation(?) is the intended destination ...

 

www.flydutch.net

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Flash to ?

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Have "translated" a .swf file - I now have:

*HTML5 Canvas.fla

*HTML5 Canvas.html

*HTML5 Canvas.js

 

The intent is to replace the original .swf in an existing .html page

<div id="flash-header">?</div>

What's the nomenclature?

 

Here is the home page in question - the "top" animation(?) is the intended destination ...

 

www.flydutch.net

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Which software are you using?

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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I'm not sure where to go in this CC2019 world ....

"Animate" created the three (3) Canvas files listed (weeks ago) ...

I created the original .swf in Flash years ago ...

I use Dreamweaver to build .html pages, CSS, etc ...

 

I'm just trying to work around the impending Flash support death ...

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Oct 21, 2019

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First, in your publish settings, set it to combine the HTML and JS into a single file. Then, since it's impossible (or really, really not recommended) to shove an HTML document into a DIV, you'll have to replace your DIV with an IFRAME.

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Thanks!

Was pretty sure that the "div" placement was a problem (will explore the IFRAME spec) ...

Plus, my searching (re:publish profile creation) did not lead to info on "combining HTML & JS files" ...

Am afraid that I won't get my Sherlock Holmes merit badge ...

Thanks for any continued direction ...

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Try here, mate!

 

Untitled-1.png

 

- Nick: Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team - extensions for character animation

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