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How do I share an interactive infographic graphic for someone to view/test?

New Here ,
Jun 26, 2019

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Hi -- I'm new to Adobe Animate. I'm currently working on a project and need an interactive infographic for a client to view/test. Any tips or steps on how to do this? Do they need to have Adobe Flash Player?

Thanks!

Hi,

from the brief information you have given you could:

1) Create it in HTML5 Canvas

2) Then upload your published HTML file, JS file and Images folder to a server

3) Link your client to the HTML file for testing

They wont need Adobe Flash Player for this.

Hopefully that helps you get started.

Cheers

Greg

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How do I share an interactive infographic graphic for someone to view/test?

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Hi -- I'm new to Adobe Animate. I'm currently working on a project and need an interactive infographic for a client to view/test. Any tips or steps on how to do this? Do they need to have Adobe Flash Player?

Thanks!

Hi,

from the brief information you have given you could:

1) Create it in HTML5 Canvas

2) Then upload your published HTML file, JS file and Images folder to a server

3) Link your client to the HTML file for testing

They wont need Adobe Flash Player for this.

Hopefully that helps you get started.

Cheers

Greg

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Hi,

from the brief information you have given you could:

1) Create it in HTML5 Canvas

2) Then upload your published HTML file, JS file and Images folder to a server

3) Link your client to the HTML file for testing

They wont need Adobe Flash Player for this.

Hopefully that helps you get started.

Cheers

Greg

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