Publish Online lets you repurpose your print documents by publishing them online. You can publish a digital version of an InDesign document that works on any device, in any modern web browser, without the need to install a plug-in.
For a richer document viewing experience, you can publish an interactive InDesign document that includes buttons, slideshows, animation, audio, and video using the interactive authoring features of InDesign.
After you publish your documents, you can share the online document URL so anyone can view the document in a beautiful, simple, online reading experience, which is available on any device and on any platform. With a single click, you can quickly share the online document on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, or over email. The document can also be embedded on any website or blog using the embed code provided by clicking the embed option on the viewing layout.
Yes, first make the necessary changes to the InDesign file used to create the published document. Click the Publish Online button, and in the Publish Online dialog, choose Update Existing Document, and select a document to update from the dropdown menu. Click OK to upload the document and re-publish to the same URL.
InDesign provides an online dashboard where you can view, manage, and delete all published documents. To view the InDesign online dashboard, from the InDesign main menu, choose File > Publish Online Dashboard. Click on the Publications link, select the document you no longer want to be active, and click the trashcan icon to delete the document.
At this time, there is no limit to the number of published documents Adobe will host for you as long as you are using the system fairly, so keep creating and publishing.
The only point when Adobe may stop hosting your documents is if we realize that you are spamming the system with too many Publish Online documents.
Usually the files which are hosted for Publish Online are not very large, unless you embed large videos in the document being published. We currently do not impose any limit to the size of the document that you can publish using Publish Online, so keep them coming. But if you want an optimum reading experience of the Publish Online Documents we recommend that you encode your videos to mp4 files and keep them fairly small in size.
Yes, Publish Online is available as part of the Creative Cloud for Enterprise plan, but Publish Online documents can only be published to Adobe servers.
Publish Online is not available for Creative Cloud for Enterprise with Managed Services. See the Creative Cloud for Enterprise with Managed Services FAQ for more information.