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HTML5 Canvas: Show asp.net form inside Adobe Animate.

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Feb 20, 2020

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Hello, 

I am wondering if it is possible to embed an iframe inside of Adobe Animate project using the HTML5 Canvas. I would like to have an asp.net form appear that would allow an end-user to select a multiple-choice question and submit the form via the Animate project.  

 

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HTML5 Canvas: Show asp.net form inside Adobe Animate.

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Hello, 

I am wondering if it is possible to embed an iframe inside of Adobe Animate project using the HTML5 Canvas. I would like to have an asp.net form appear that would allow an end-user to select a multiple-choice question and submit the form via the Animate project.  

 

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yes, but you would need to edit your html page (any text editor would work) after animate if finished changing it.

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No, you can't embed an iframe IN a canvas element. The best you can do is float an iframe over the canvas so that it appears to be part of it. This can be instantiated at runtime and does not require any manual modification to the generated HTML document.

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you can do the other way around, load canvas inside an iframe, but not an iframe inside the canvase, unless you float the iframe over the canvas like somebody mentiones

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Yes Alex, you can do lots of things, but doing that wouldn't solve the original poster's problem.

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