FAQ: SCREEN GRAPHICS 4: PUBLISHING

When responsive graphics are published on a web page, unlike interactives, the height of the graphic gets longer as the screen width decreases. iframes can not therefore be used.

| 1. PRINCIPLE| 2 . AI2HTML SCRIPT - familiarisation | 3. EDITING & MODIFYING| 5. SCREEN TO PRINT |

  1. One option is to paste the html created by the AI2HTML script (hundreds of lines of code) onto the page, ensuring the images are called in dynamically from whatever server/directory you store them on, or from the Graphic News server. An easier option is to use embed code.

  2. Alternatively the embed code supplied by Graphic News can be used:
    USING EMBED CODE

  3. Embed code can also be used if you host the graphic locally: The folder containing the html and images can be stored on your own servers (as you would an interactive graphic). You can then use embed code on your editorial system to locate and include it at an appropriate position within your page. As each editorial system is different, your developers would be the best people to help you with this, but please contact us if you’re having difficulty.

  4. Previews: Many websites, including the Graphic News home page, use preview images for graphics that are “landscape” (i.e. the width more than the height). The preview image used by Graphic News, R.jpg , is therefore packaged along with each responsive graphic


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