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Mar 23, 2020

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We have a few problems we some of our courses and our LMS - due to the number of people trying to do the course to get upskilled in the current situation. We would like to add our courses as public access on our website but unfortunately, we haven't been able to find a workflow that help us. 

 

If possible for the future it will be great to be able to publish the courses as a link that can be shared - 

At the moment we don't need to trace learner performances - we just need to distribute the module as much Drs and health professionals as we can - so they can get ready.

any help I will appreciate

Thanks in advance 

 

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As already told by StagPrime, you have to upload the published HTML file (know that you only publish that way) to a webserver which has JSON enabled. Personally I have a subfolder on my domain, but there are webservers like amazon.aws available (is used by the eLearning portal for uploaded CP-files, not always perfect but OK for most projects).

Making the URL available can on a simple webpage, or you can also embed the published file in an iFrame. If you look at my blog, you'll see both ways available in most recent posts, like this one:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/percentage-progress-indicator-non-linear-course-solution-2

 

PS: will send you mail.

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Host a Adobe captivate file in a website

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Mar 23, 2020

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We have a few problems we some of our courses and our LMS - due to the number of people trying to do the course to get upskilled in the current situation. We would like to add our courses as public access on our website but unfortunately, we haven't been able to find a workflow that help us. 

 

If possible for the future it will be great to be able to publish the courses as a link that can be shared - 

At the moment we don't need to trace learner performances - we just need to distribute the module as much Drs and health professionals as we can - so they can get ready.

any help I will appreciate

Thanks in advance 

 

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As already told by StagPrime, you have to upload the published HTML file (know that you only publish that way) to a webserver which has JSON enabled. Personally I have a subfolder on my domain, but there are webservers like amazon.aws available (is used by the eLearning portal for uploaded CP-files, not always perfect but OK for most projects).

Making the URL available can on a simple webpage, or you can also embed the published file in an iFrame. If you look at my blog, you'll see both ways available in most recent posts, like this one:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/percentage-progress-indicator-non-linear-course-solution-2

 

PS: will send you mail.

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You should be able to just publish your project as HTML5 and then upload all of the files to your webserver.

Be sure to maintain the integrity of the file structure when you do so.

You should point your learners to the index.html file of the project.

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As already told by StagPrime, you have to upload the published HTML file (know that you only publish that way) to a webserver which has JSON enabled. Personally I have a subfolder on my domain, but there are webservers like amazon.aws available (is used by the eLearning portal for uploaded CP-files, not always perfect but OK for most projects).

Making the URL available can on a simple webpage, or you can also embed the published file in an iFrame. If you look at my blog, you'll see both ways available in most recent posts, like this one:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/percentage-progress-indicator-non-linear-course-solution-2

 

PS: will send you mail.

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Thank you Lieve this is great

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