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There is an alternative to replace Adobe «Publish on line» ? (PoL doesn't allows hyper links..)

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Have to publish some docs in web format instead of PDF but Adobe proposal has a terrible behaviour: destroys the hyperlinks pixelating them.

 

There is a platform similar to place docs in the web?

 

Thanks. 

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There is an alternative to replace Adobe «Publish on line» ? (PoL doesn't allows hyper links..)

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Have to publish some docs in web format instead of PDF but Adobe proposal has a terrible behaviour: destroys the hyperlinks pixelating them.

 

There is a platform similar to place docs in the web?

 

Thanks. 

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I recommend you not start from where you are. Go back and redesign your whole workflow and do it again. 

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By the way I already told you that placing PDF doesn’t keep links. This is not a limitation on Publish Online but on Indesign and probably every other tool that exists. Keeping full quality is a more reasonable hope; that’s disappointing. 

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>> There is a platform similar to place docs in the web?

What do you mean? Why not just attach your PDF's?

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(sorry for my delay)

 

As mr Laubender pointed out, Publishing on Line pixelates the links coming from PDF files.

 

One way to do it could be placing in a new fresh Indesign a sum of PDF coming up from many files...

We have to put the whole articles of a magazine inside a new indesign (copy-paste, etc) to re-establish the lost links.

 

 

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Actually what you say doesn't make sense to me. A link is an invisible overlay on the page, which links to a target (such as a web page). How can something invisible be pixellated? 

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>> One way to do it could be placing in a new fresh Indesign a sum of PDF coming up from many files...

Best way is to do all of this in InDesign directly. You can't control links in ready PDF's that you will try to place in .indd. Get ready to do all from the scratch for having great result. There is no any other fast and easy way to accomplish that.

 

P.S. Publish online feature is an weird and useless toy, forget it. 

 

 

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"Publishing on Line pixelates the links coming from PDF files."

InDesign cannot keep PDF imports in vector format when exporting to HTML5/PublishOnline, this is why they are used as images, and therefore pixelated.
It has nothing to do with links and it is not a PublishOnline issue.

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A PDF, with links to URL sites, when placed in POL lose the information...

They are pixelated.

That is the reason of this post.  

Exporting original files with links directly from ID to POL.

That is the lesson. POL does not read links. Many reasons and bad seasons.

Thanks.

 

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When you place a PDF the links are LOST not pixellated! This was explained to you weeks ago !!! Please read and acknowledge our replies, or people will not know how to answer you.

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Dear Most Valuable Participant: please, calm yourself.

The only thing that does not make sense here is to presume thing forgetting that are many points of view in a simple thread. Here it was not only a technical question dominated by gurus: here was a lost of time...

Please,  read carefully Mr Cross: he has a perfect pitch answering customers.

 

We are talking on how a software like POL does not read links in interactive PDF and that is a point... because... POL is a web tool and web is not web without links... Any citizen like me supposes that Adobe interactive PDF was compatible with Adobe POL. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You continue to miss the point. If you place an interactive PDF in InDesign all interactivity is lost no matter what format you export to.

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Ah, you are here. Thanks, Mr Levine.

 

The point is that it is a very decent idea to consider that an Adobe product, so marvelous as a PDF, should preserve their qualities in any scenery. Links, for example. Furthermore, if Adobe has a web platform that is composed of links...

 

The point is that Publishing on Line pixelates (pixels?) the links inside a Pdf. The point is that I lost time placing PDF in Indesign to export to PoL. The point is that I supposed fatally that Adobe had the brains to preserve their products. 

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The point is that PDF has not been controlled by Adobe for a very long time and even if they did, had you done your homework and learned how this worked you could have avoided all this pain.

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Thanks!

Mother's Day was yesterday!: That alleviates my bad training and mediocre humour.

Let's go to work. I am not in the payroll of this forum.

 

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What a pompous gobbledygook! Nor Acrobat, nor InDesign was never been pdf-redactor. 

 

You can only do like here - https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/30985276-co... and indulge in vain hopes that Adobe implement this. 

 

"Publish online" is a feature for check your work online by censor that not near with you.

 

P.S. I repeat for you my last post by some another words: Publish online feature is an weird and useless toy for your task, forget it. Placed PDF into ID lose all links and his interactivity, etc, etc.  Do all from the scratch in the InDesign for have result.

 

 

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IMG_1691.png***

Nothing more strange that finding here an Adobe Professional «pateando la lonchera».

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Caption:

Eric Partridge

Origins. A short etymological dictionary(...)

Routledge & Kegan Paul

London, 1979

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Note – not everyone agrees wuth George-S's view that InDesign's Publish Online is a useless toy.

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