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    Cool Some newbbie questions: create a web site with MMF and insert a HTML5 app into HTML

    Hi, guys,
    I just bought the HTML 5 export and I was asking myself some questions that I wanted to share with you. My interest would be to realize some projects online and I wanted to understand what limitations there were. I used MMF for many years but then had to abandon it. Once upon a time there was a plug-in called Vitalize! which allowed applications created with MMF to "run" very well also on the web. I wonder if the HTML5 module worked so well. However, here are some questions that I ask to the most experienced:

    1) Is it possible to create a multimedia website totally with MMF?
    2) If so, how do I deal with SEO issues? Is it possible to give information to the various "pieces" inserted in the application so that they are intercepted by the search engines?
    3) Can I create an application and insert it into an HTML page? I've seen that if you generate a page, it puts a lot of stuff on the code. Is it possible to identify only the multimedia piece and insert it in a page? For example, I was thinking of creating dynamic and multimedia banners, special animations, components to create small interactive e-commerce.

    In short, let me know. I'm very curious!
    Thanks

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    Hello

    1) Is it possible to create a multimedia website totally with MMF?
    It's totally not recommanded, Fusion use canvas html tag, used for draw and render graphical elements with js, it's not responsive.
    And Google cannot read your Fusion application content for SEO

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    @Spyro

    1) More or less, you can do that, depending of the complexity, but as Xenon3000 stated , is not responsive by default, you need to make a few workarounds.
    2) No (from what I know)
    3) You can clean the code and make it ready for embed, but an exported Html5 project from CF2.5 is minimum 1~2 MB, really not suitable for ads. For that is recommended to use framework/library or plain JavaScript. But yes, it is doable.

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    Thank you very much!

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