How can i remove the "ID publish" when embedding a published online document?

New Here ,
Jun 03, 2020

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I really want to use the interactive features from indesign, and be able to share it from my own web adress and without showing any adobe logos?

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Diane Burns Adobe Community Professional , Jun 03, 2020
Rather than embed the Publish Online document, you could just link to it from your web page. It could be an thumbnail image of the cover, for example, that when clicked links to the Publish Online file. It will behave similarly to an embedded document, but without the Adobe logos.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 03, 2020

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You should be able to embed it 

https://www.tech4pub.com/2015/08/25/indesign-cc-tip-embed-publish-online-documents-in-websites/#:~:t...

 

Not sure if that removes logos etc.

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Thanks for the answer. Unfortunately there is no option to remove the "ID publish" logo.

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Jun 03, 2020

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There is no way to white label this.

Try in5 instead. Not free, but more features.

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Rather than embed the Publish Online document, you could just link to it from your web page. It could be an thumbnail image of the cover, for example, that when clicked links to the Publish Online file. It will behave similarly to an embedded document, but without the Adobe logos.

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Dec 09, 2020

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https://www.murdochs.com/sales/flyer/?trk_msg=I3DK31SE5ODKR1H4C96KRNIG08&trk_contact=AP3L381D6AQ6LKL...020+FLY014+b1

 

It seems they are able to hide it and have icons show up on embedded window

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https://www.murdochs.com/sales/flyer

 

This shows the ID Publish gone, and the icons showing on embed window

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Explorer ,
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I think I found the answer sir. 


We need to make an iframe embed window completely separate from adobe and use the link from https://indd.adobe.com/dashboard# instead of the embed link that is provided from Adobe. 

 

You will notice a /embed/ on the link that will have the ID PUBLISH ONLINE button on top left, while the other link will be/view/

 

This makes it viewable, icons appear upon hover, and the ID PUBLISH ONLINE is not on the top left.

 

Hope that helps.

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