Describing the problem

A typical Captivate project, such as the Encoder demonstration you experienced in Chapter 1, Getting Started with Adobe Captivate 2017, involves taking screenshots of an actual piece of software. At the end of the process, the project typically will be published in HTML5 or Flash and placed on a web page. Most of the time, that web page displays many other page elements (such as logos, headers, footers, navigation bars, and so on) in addition to incorporating your Captivate movie. This can lead to a very crowded situation, as shown in the following screenshots:

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