I am looking to produce something like hte above. Can you tell me how this was created or send me to infomraiton to help me learn how to do this.
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This is the Publish Online feature. While it has some limitations, it can turn any InDesign layout into an online (HTML-based) electronic doc.
It's a great option for quickly getting complex documents into a web-viewable form, but it has some drawbacks as well. If you need a really solid solution for this kind of online publication, a tool called In5 will do almost pixel-perfect conversions that you can host or distribute anywhere (without being bound to the Adobe site and platform). It's a bit pricey, though, about the same as the Adobe Suite license itself.
Thank you. Do you have more information or learning locations for how I can create a project like this? I appreciate your help very much. I will and can use all the resources I can get.
The example shows a fairly high mastery of InDesign; that's the place to start. Sometimes tools are used in one way to create print layouts and then in another to create online layouts, but the Publish Online (and In5) tools more or less combine that — any layout can be exported to this online display. But that this last step makes the conversion easy (instead of a huge technical effort, as it is in most approaches) doesn't simplify the basics of getting an attractive, appropriate layout in the first place.
So getting to an online doc is fairly easy... once you are up to speed with InDesign. There are a number of online courses, and Adobe includes a fairly good set of tutorials for the basics. And, as long as you're working through the basics on your own, you can always ask questions here... it's why this forum exists. (A translation: we can't really teach you point by point, but we can "correct your homework," so to speak.)
Thank you. Thank you.