embedding HTML5
#1
Quick question

I have been using Adobe Edge Animate, how does one embedd the HTML files it creates into wordpress?


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#2
Hi Alastair,

Welcome to the forums Smile

To add code to a WordPress Post or Page, you can simply click the Text tab next the default Visual tab, on the top right of the Post or Page text entry box. You can then paste HTML code in directly:
https://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_Posts
https://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_Code_in_Your_Posts

To add it to a header, sidebar or footer, you'll need to edit the theme files.
If you do that, we'd recommend you create a Child Theme first:
https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

You can then go to Appearance > Editor to edit the Header, Footer, Sidebar and so forth.

However, if you want to add Adobe Edge Animate compositions to your WordPress website, you may simply want to use the following plugin:
https://wordpress.org/plugins/edge-suite/

This lets you upload compositions through published OAM files.

There are links to a written and video tutorial on the plugin page.

I hope that helps.

Best of luck,

Dan


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(14-10-2015, 08:02 PM)Dan Wrote: Hi Alastair,

Welcome to the forums Smile

To add code to a WordPress Post or Page, you can simply click the Text tab next the default Visual tab, on the top right of the Post or Page text entry box. You can then paste HTML code in directly:
https://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_Posts
https://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_Code_in_Your_Posts

To add it to a header, sidebar or footer, you'll need to edit the theme files.
If you do that, we'd recommend you create a Child Theme first:
https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

You can then go to Appearance > Editor to edit the Header, Footer, Sidebar and so forth.

However, if you want to add Adobe Edge Animate compositions to your WordPress website, you may simply want to use the following plugin:
https://wordpress.org/plugins/edge-suite/

This lets you upload compositions through published OAM files.

There are links to a written and video tutorial on the plugin page.

I hope that helps.

Best of luck,

Dan

Thanks Dan,

Yes saw that one but its not supported unfortunately any longer.

Irritating thing is i am able to create some great content and animation but other than on Moodle i cannot upload anywhere. This was where i preferred Flash as the SWF/ FLV files worked fine there esp on youtube now its difficult to get it onto Wordpress.


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Hi Alastair,

Yes, that's unfortunate.

You can potentially do this manually instead, here's one guide:
https://codepen.io/pudgereyem/post/getting-adobe-edge-animations-to-work-in-wordpress

And another that a search turned up:
http://christinate.com/using-edge-animate-2015-in-wordpress/

Otherwise you might want to try another solution.

I hope that helps.

All the best,

Dan


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