Adding Maps & Calendars To Interactive Documents In InDesign CC
Hi there in this video, we're going to look in bed codes and basically in this one we're gonna look at maps. You can see I've got a pages and published online and look it's fully in directive. Cool. Okay. So let's look at how to do that now in adobe in design. Okay. So the first thing to do is I'm on page eight. I'm going to make a new page. I'm not gonna worry about the transitions and this is where I'm going to paste my map. So to get the code that we need, we're going to jump to google maps. Find the place I found this just happens to be the place below my office because my office doesn't have a pin in google maps. So I just picked him. That's where I get my lunch where I had lunch today. Information. You did not need to know what you do need to know is click on share. Okay. And click to this one that says in bed map. Okay, now I'm gonna pick the large size map. Okay. And I'm going to just select all of this code in here and have a copy on my keyboard. So command C or control C on a...
pc back in here. I'm gonna go to object and I'm going to go to insert html. I'm going to paste it in there. Click OK, drag it up here. I'm gonna make it nice and big. Good as again and hopefully minute loads you need to be connected to the net. This may take a while. 123. I'll speed this up. Okay. I've gave up, waiting for it to work. I'm going to click on the pub interactivity. Hit play and hope for the best. I've got a tiny map there, it is there, you can see him. Okay? So when I'm dragging this out and do so it was there that little gray dot there. So when I drag it out, I need to hold down the command shift key just to make it bigger. Okay? Or maybe just the command key to resize it now. Hopefully let's go to a pub interactivity. Hit play. There's my map okay, Don't worry if it doesn't load properly and in design it's whether it appears here in the pub or double check in your published online. That could be a little tricky sometimes getting the right sizes and getting it in so to resize it properly, hold down the command key okay rather than just you just dragging the edges of it because it stays in that little box there. So hold down command and shift if you want to do it proportionately squid then chicken here, hit play and it's going to be a slightly different size now. Alright, so that is how to embed map on your published online document now, if you can find anything that has an embed code okay, Like a twitter feed or facebook feed, you can embed that as well. Google calendars has a way to embed on site so depending on what you're using, have a look, see if it has an embed. I know eventbrite if you're doing ticketing, does it there? I think Paypal has Paypal buttons that can be embedded. There's all sorts of things that can go into your published online document by just copying and pasting the embed code. That's the keyword. Look for that. Alright, next video.