Currently, in my company, we produce magazine-style reports and export them in interactive PDFs. With a very editorial-like visual, we work with static datavisualization, infographics and charts, but I'm looking for a way to present this data with animation.
So my question is:
Is there anyway to embed this HTML code into my InDesign file, still exporting an Interactive PDF?
If not, what's the best way to export a "report/magazine" style of material, with different pages of information, but fully digital, that enables interactivity and can be opened by anyone much like the PDF is.
To add to this: No, HTML can not be displayed in (i)PDF, no way to make that work...
Thank you for your feedback Diane!
But I still wasn't able to make embedded HTML works as properly.
Where can I find some tutorial about this?
Can you send a link to the code, and the describe in more detail the effect you are trying to achieve with it? If I understand correctly, this HTML animates an object (infographic) in a particular way? It might be helpful to see exactly what you're working with and trying to accomplish, and allow all on this thread to help figure out a solution. 🙂