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amysus
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05/24/16 06:42 PM (3 years ago)

Adobe Muse HTML?

Does anyone know if I can take the html export from Adobe Muse and include it in a Buzztouch created iOS app? I have tried with no luck, but perhaps I am doing it wrong. The HTML includes CSS, XML, and JQuery scripts (as it's an audio player). I am not sure what to do with all of that! Where do I include it?

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05/25/16 06:36 AM (3 years ago)
All the extra files from html go into the docs folder, thats how i got mine to work, Im sure one of the gurus will chip in and give you a proper breakdown.
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05/25/16 06:48 AM (3 years ago)
Hi Sean,

Do you know what I do with the CSS and the Assets and the XML ... there are a bunch of things that are exported from Muse, some of which are within other folders (there is an assets folder, a css folder, and a scripts folder). There are also some loose items, sitemap.xml, musee_manifest.xml, and index.html. I suppose I link to the index file and put that in the BT Docs folder, but the rest I am unsure of.

Thoughts?

Thank you!
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05/25/16 07:59 AM (3 years ago)
everything else go,s into the docs folder, lot of trial and error im afraid, Im not very good with the html side, I avoid it if poss, But when I have used it, I just put everything in there and it worked.
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05/26/16 11:16 PM (3 years ago)
Sean is correct...everything should go in the BT_Docs folder, and then it "should" work just fine. If you include everything that Adobe Muse spits out, using the same folder hierarchy, there "shouldn't" be any problems!

You'll then need to use the HTML plugin and point it to the correct file that you're bundling with the app.

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05/27/16 09:06 AM (3 years ago)
As a way of testing, put all your html/xml etc files into a folder on your desktop (eg outside Buzztouch). Test your html with a local browser. When you are happy that it all works, then copy everything into your BT_Docs folder and try it in your app. I find it is easier to debug things this way.
 
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05/27/16 09:32 AM (3 years ago)
Thanks all - working on it now. So far the one thing that did not work was the audio file, as Muse put it in an assets folder. I moved it to the BT audio folder and then edited the HTML, removing the folder info in the path. That worked, though not sure that the skin is looking correct ... working on that now. Thank you all for keeping the tips coming!
 
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06/22/16 03:24 AM (3 years ago)
I'm also still here waiting.
 

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