You can't set the article to be responsive. Only the HTML that the
article is displaying. In the case of HTML, think of the article as a
frame or container for the HTML.Can you post screenshots of what your
article looks like in each orientation? Are you saying that the HTML
looks "sideways" when you rotate to landscape?
How is your HTML set up? One tall HTML or separate HTML pages? If one
tall HTML, how about links to anchors in the HTML? If separate, aren't
you able to use the same navto:// link structure? I thought you could
but I could be wrong.
InDesign and DPS Classic (2014) would let you assign two separate
inDesign layouts as the sources for the Vertical and Horizontal displays
for the same article. This no longer works in DPS 2015 (2016?)HTML can
be set up as responsive, which means that one HTML layout can "respond"
to how it is being displayed and therefore the design adapts to the
orientation, and one layout serves as the source of both the Vertical
and the Horizontal displays for the one article. This works in both DPS
Ah, I see. Spoke too soon.I do get a blank page minus the menu and app
header.Here's a screenshot of the errors that load in Chrome's
inspector:Dropbox - web_viewer_test_errors020916.pngNote the 404 on
edge.publish.adobe.com towards the middle of the page. It's probably a
combination of things....
I totally agree with @haeme_ulrich.Many users see a prompt to install an
app and they:A) Won’t install the app.and B) Will never come back or tap
on a similar link because they know they’ll get the prompt to install
the app WITHOUT the option to say “No Thanks” and continue to the
content.The "get the app" teaser is a good idea, it should not be a wall
on mobile.As @haeme_ulrich stated, it would greatly help with conversion
rates.Here are the benefits that enabling the Web Viewer on mobile
I'm seeing the same as haeme_ulrich, Loading the Top Level Collection
URL or a collection browse page on mobile results in a simple page with
the message "The content is no longer available" get the app to enjoy
similar content"Loading an article URL will display a thumbnail of the
page and non-tappable teasers to other articles below the thumbnail.
Yep, I know exactly what you're referring to. Banners like the ones you
can produce with the Storefront Configurator tool with actions like:-
Open URL (already possible with DPS 2015)- Preview Folio (now a
collection)- Buy Folio (now a collection)- Open iTunes "Subscribe"
dialog- Open "Sign In" dialog- None (static image)
Flash is soon to be updated:Animate CCWelcome Adobe Animate CC, a new
era for Flash Professional | Adobe Flash Professional Team BlogThis
will allow you to export your Flash projects to HTML5 and a whole lot