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I want to add an behavior to my website, it is a Xmascard that shall open after a second or two after load. Before I could use the timeline in DW but now I can´t find it! Why and how to do as I want?

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Dreamweaver removed the Flash based Timelines years ago.  Since then, Flash on the web has been replaced with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.   Even if you could create Flash Timelines with older software, it's unlikely that anybody could see them because browsers are phasing out support for Flash Player.

Adobe Flash Will Finally Die Off in 2020 | WIRED

As an alternative, you could create an animated GIF in Photoshop.

Create animated GIFs |

Insert GIF into a web page and use jQuery to fade in &  redirect.

jQuery Fade In Page Load with Redirect - https://alt-web.com/

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Timeline in DW CC

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I want to add an behavior to my website, it is a Xmascard that shall open after a second or two after load. Before I could use the timeline in DW but now I can´t find it! Why and how to do as I want?

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Dreamweaver removed the Flash based Timelines years ago.  Since then, Flash on the web has been replaced with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.   Even if you could create Flash Timelines with older software, it's unlikely that anybody could see them because browsers are phasing out support for Flash Player.

Adobe Flash Will Finally Die Off in 2020 | WIRED

As an alternative, you could create an animated GIF in Photoshop.

Create animated GIFs |

Insert GIF into a web page and use jQuery to fade in &  redirect.

jQuery Fade In Page Load with Redirect - https://alt-web.com/

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Gee, you are going back to DWCS3. There are/were many problems using the timeline. I think that you are better off trying Adobe Animate​ or CSS Transitions.


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Well it might be oldfashion but that is what I want to do. Is there any video showing how to do what you are suggestion. I am a retired lady so maybe thats why I like to do the old way.

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If you are still in possession of DWCS3 and your operating system can cope with an ancient version of Dreamweaver, then I would suggest using that.


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No I am not. I have the latest version and it is to difficult for me but what to do about that. I feel Adobe are forcing all this new stuff.

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Dreamweaver removed the Flash based Timelines years ago.  Since then, Flash on the web has been replaced with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.   Even if you could create Flash Timelines with older software, it's unlikely that anybody could see them because browsers are phasing out support for Flash Player.

Adobe Flash Will Finally Die Off in 2020 | WIRED

As an alternative, you could create an animated GIF in Photoshop.

Create animated GIFs |

Insert GIF into a web page and use jQuery to fade in &  redirect.

jQuery Fade In Page Load with Redirect - https://alt-web.com/

Nancy

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Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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Oh, thank you for a good answer, finally.

I will try that.

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13 dec. 2017 kl. 18:36 skrev Nancy OShea <forums_noreply@adobe.com<mailto:forums_noreply@adobe.com>>:

Timeline in DW CC

created by Nancy OShea<https://forums.adobe.com/people/Nancy+OShea> in Dreamweaver support forum - View the full discussion<https://forums.adobe.com/message/10038959#10038959>

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