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Sep 21, 2019

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... have a main header "image" (Flash gadget) on the following home page:

www.flydutch.net

Am trying to replace "it" with the HTML5 construct that Canvas/Animate(?) has made ...

Subsequently, I have 3 (three) files (.fla; .html; .js) from the Flash translation > how do these inter-relate?

Where do they go?

How does the former <div id="flash-header"></div> in Dreamweaver get re-built to replace the .swf construct placement?

Thanks in advance ...

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Simple Flash re-writes &amp; placing them on a page ...

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Sep 21, 2019

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... have a main header "image" (Flash gadget) on the following home page:

www.flydutch.net

Am trying to replace "it" with the HTML5 construct that Canvas/Animate(?) has made ...

Subsequently, I have 3 (three) files (.fla; .html; .js) from the Flash translation > how do these inter-relate?

Where do they go?

How does the former <div id="flash-header"></div> in Dreamweaver get re-built to replace the .swf construct placement?

Thanks in advance ...

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Sep 22, 2019

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you probably have more than that.  to find exactly what needs to be uploaded, save the fla to a new directory and publish to that new directory.  everything in that new directory (except the fla) needs to be on a file server.

 

if you need to concatenate html files, check the html created by animate and add most of that to your other html file (or vice versa).

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Sep 22, 2019

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Hi.

 

The easiest way will be to replace your embedded SWF by an iframe element containing your exported Animate CC HTML5 content (HTML, JS).

 

 

Regards,

JC

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HTML5, JSFL, and AS3 samples: http://bit.ly/2mJgDoG

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<div id="flash-header">
<canvas id="FlyDutchPortfolio_Extended_HTML5 Canvas.html" width="465" height="325">undefined</canvas>
<script>
//Canvas JavaScript
var c = document.getElementById("FlyDutchPortfolio_Extended_HTML5 Canvas.js"); var ctx = c.getContext("2d"); </script>
</div>

 

Am unsure of what values are needed ...

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