I am creating a website using CS5.5 Dreamweaver. I want to upload an e learning course which I have exported as an HTML file from Lectora (elearning software like captivate) to one of my webpages. I notice there is >Insert swf or flv files in the menu items but I cannot see how I can insert my html file to my website.
Yes thank you I did. There were two parts to my question and Murray answered one part of the question - export form lectora as html, I also needed to know how to upload the html to dreamweaver which he didnt answer.
Hi thank you. I know this is probably very basic to you guys but I am only learning my way around DW
An html file is a web page. You simply need to upload (use Put in DW) the html file and link to it from any other existing page. Repeat with the other html pages that make up the course.
I am not quite sure where the 'Put' is in DW - is it a menu item?
this is what the files look like in my learning course that I want to upload to DW
Can or should I zip the files
once they are uploaded how does the user view the course do I have to create a link on one of my webpages
There is no "upload the HTML files to Dreamweaver."
Define a site in DW. The local root folder of that site will point to the local folder that contains your relevant files (and subfolders). Open DW, use File > Open to browse to and select the file you just exported and it will open in DW. It's as simple as that.
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