Using HTML with DPS


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This article refers to Digital Publishing Suite. For the AEM Mobile article, see Create HTML articles.

Here are several ways to take advantage of HTML using DPS tools:

Links to websites

Use hyperlinks or buttons to display a website. You can display websites either in the external mobile browser or in an in-app browser in which users click a Close button to return to the folio. See Hyperlink overlays.

Web Content overlays

Create a Web Content overlay that displays a website or local HTML files within a view area. See Web Content overlays.

HTML articles

Instead of creating articles with InDesign documents, you can create a folder with HTML assets and import it as an article. See Import HTML articles.

An HTMLResources folder is useful for sharing the same assets (such as CSS, JavaScript, or image files) among multiple HTML articles or Web Content overlays. See Import HTMLResources.

Custom slots and entitlement banners

With an Enterprise DPS account, you can create HTML-based entitlement banners and custom slots such as stores. For details, see Custom storefronts and libraries.

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