Thank you for these two bits of information. Unfortunately, I still can’t get it to work and as I’m not used to accessing code - at all - the only thing I can do is follow your advice to the letter rather than identify potential areas of conflict.
Having said that I get the feeling that a Foundry-specific HTML 5 stack would be the answer.
The frustrating thing is that I cannot find anything relating to Hype 4 and Rapidweaver 8.6 (An update was issued today). If someone has these two working together then they would have the answer.
If anyone wants experiment with my Hype animation then I’ll gladly email them the files.
The question is how to get the animation into Foundry in the first place. I’ve been using the HTML stack that comes with Stacks as one of it’s basic ‘stacks’ and whilst I can place the code into it and then place the resources file into the resources area I can’t get it to render in preview.
It does seem to register that something ought to be there as the vertical space is created in preview, but just appears as a white gap between the stacks above and below it, albeit the correct height for the animation.
I’m beginning to think that the Stacks’ HTML stack isn’t html 5 compatible. That’s just an educated guess based on trial and error and having run this past my 20 year old nephew who knows a thing or two more than I do about such stuff!
As for Hype itself – I can give you no support for it as I’ve never used it. I know others are using it though within RapidWeaver. Maybe someone else here can help out, or perhaps a post over on the more general knowledge RapidWeaver forum would be good.