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    Default How do you place animations in your page?

    How do you place animations in your page?


    I'm currently using iframes to embed animations into pages.

    This means that all of the assets have to be uploaded into the same directory on the server, not something that is great for heavily content managed websites.

    Does anyone have a better way of integrating these animations, without a lot of work each time round?

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    Export options are somewhat limited in beta 1, but we're working on it. Any particular export format that would help you out?

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    It would be great if it could all be "compiled" into a single JavaScript file that I then call on page load.

    I've been trying something like it by using base64 encoding of the images into the HTML, then JavaScript to load in the stylesheet.

    One of the problems is I've had to add an ID to the <ol> tag and change the CSS so it doesn't affect every other <li> on my page.

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    Thanks for the feedback!

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    Default Annother iframe problem: needing to beak out of iframe for URL links

    Annother iframe problem: needing to beak out of iframe for URL links


    Hey arnebech.
    I think a lot of people are having an issue with using their animations as part of their html5 page quickly. Example: an Animator project that is often updated, exported, and uploaded to the server. The fastest way for me is to use an iframe and not package everyhtingthing up into a separate .js... The problem with iframes is if I use anything in the animation as a URL link I have edit the js to break out of the iframe - other wise the linked webpage then loads within the iframe with the previous html5 page still there toward the bottom.

    Maybe consider the approach Adobe Dreamweaver uses where you can switch from live view to code view and make changes to the code and then save the project. Dreamweaver uses webkit to preview.

    By the way the easist way code so links on an animation displayed within an iframe don't load inside the iframe is to look for a line of code around line 170 on my doc:

    goToURL: function(aURL) {
    document.location.href = aURL;
    },

    jsut replace document to parent.

    So it would be helpful to be able to switch to code view - identify what it is coding so far, edit it, and then save the project so I don't have to make the same types of changes to ongoing projects. Also if I could choose to export the html doc out as some other name.

    Thanks, great product so far!

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    Thanks, Paul.
    We're working on making exporting a better process. Thanks for highlighting some of the issues you're running into with your workflow.

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