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Migrating Adobe Flash content over to html5

Community Beginner ,
Apr 17, 2020

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Hello 

I would be grateful for advice on the utility of Adobe Animate for converting Flash content over to html5 format. I am not a learning technologist.

 

The Flash content falls into the following categories:

1) images that contain hyperlinks to new pages - I am not clear why it was necessary to use Flash to create these images, but I do need to activate Flash to view them;

 

2) images that involve PowerPoint-like animations, in that extra content, such as image labelling, is revealed in stages - this is to avoid too much information appearing on the page on first viewing the image;

 

3) images that require users to click a button to reveal a static equation for a calculation; 


4) images that require more interactivity - the user selects numbers from drop-down menus and depending on their choice of numbers, the appearance of another Flash image changes;

 

and

5) images that provide further information through hovering with a cursor.

Many thanks in advance!

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Migrating Adobe Flash content over to html5

Community Beginner ,
Apr 17, 2020

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Hello 

I would be grateful for advice on the utility of Adobe Animate for converting Flash content over to html5 format. I am not a learning technologist.

 

The Flash content falls into the following categories:

1) images that contain hyperlinks to new pages - I am not clear why it was necessary to use Flash to create these images, but I do need to activate Flash to view them;

 

2) images that involve PowerPoint-like animations, in that extra content, such as image labelling, is revealed in stages - this is to avoid too much information appearing on the page on first viewing the image;

 

3) images that require users to click a button to reveal a static equation for a calculation; 


4) images that require more interactivity - the user selects numbers from drop-down menus and depending on their choice of numbers, the appearance of another Flash image changes;

 

and

5) images that provide further information through hovering with a cursor.

Many thanks in advance!

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