This is not a normal behavior on Publish online. Could you please share some screenshots of the actual InDesign file along with following details?
OS is MacOS Mojave
Indesign cc 2018 v 13.1
Browser is Safari 12.0.1 (14606.2.100) and Chrome 69.0.3497.100
https://www.thevinetimes.com/test.html (this is where it appears)
It does not appear to me using Safari or Chrome.
With an embedded document, I see the ID Publish badge in every browser. Are you saying normal behavior is not to see the badge?
I am also saying the same thing. This link where the file is embedded shows that icon, otherwise, the normal published document does not show that icon. In this scenario, we need to check the procedure of how it was embedded after publishing from InDesign. There is nothing much to be done inside InDesign while publishing.
Yes, this is as per design. The logo would show up when someone embed a "Publish Online" document from InDesign.
I should expect nothing less of Adobe to insert a rediculous advert at every opportunity. What bothers me more, is when you click this icon/advert it brings you to a useless guide page on how to do the thing ... THAT I JUST DID. It looks like a mistake/oversight and for this reason the company I work for won't be using the document publish feature for hosting our material.
Talk about Adobe shooting themselves in the foot over what is clearly an 'executive order' from a suit so detached from reality they don't see the problem with this.
I actively look for Adobe alternatives because of 'features' like this ...
Please can you let me know if the Adobe logo can now be removed from embded InDesign documents - 2020 update needed.
It looks cheap and clients won't accept it on their websites? Please advise how this can be removed as if not so many of us cannot continue to use adobe for a huge amount of our work?