Hi D toomey,
You can use Dreamweaver.
Please follow the below steps:
1. From Captivate 6, publish the project to HTML5.
2. From Dreamweaver, Create a new site and set the 'Local Site Folder' same as the path of the Published Html5 Output.
3. You will get the File structure in the Files Panel.
Hope this helps, if not please elaborate.
Thanks Mayank. My next question is how do I upload it to the Dreamweaver site. I am used to uploading the swf files by going to insert>media>swf. The html5 file is a .zip, is the file I need inside?
Okay unzipped in the Local Site Folder. I tried to hyperlink the .html file so the user can click on the link, but when I tried it the link was not found. Is that the proper way to display it or is there another recommendation?
If you just have the files local ("local site") then they're on your computer. You have to publish the site to a remote web server.
Do you have a web server you can publish to?
Now that you have the local site setup you may want to visit the DW forum (or just do a quick web or help search) to learn how to publish the files to a webserver....
Thanks for your continued assistance Erik I really appreciate it. I do have the site published to a server. Here is the link to one of the pages, and there is a brief captivate quiz located at the bottom. I know that it does not show on an iPad, so it would be neat to have it in a format for the iPad as well.
Again, I am grateful for your insight.
Sorry about the delayed response.
What you have on that page you reference is a Flash version of the Captivate project, which works great...if the computer has the Flash web player installed.
iPad's do not support the Flash player, right? So you have to publish to HTML...
You MIGHT be able to have the HTML-published version of your Captivate project work on both mobile devices (i.e. iPad) AND desktop browsers....depends on how complicated your HTML output is. Such support should work, I think, for a simple HTML-based quiz.
If not, then you need your webpage to know whether the requesting browser is a 'desktop version' or a 'mobile version' and that webpage will need to show either the Flash-based quiz or the HTML-based quiz accordingly. That's complicated stuff....
It's been a while. Any progress? Where does it stand now?
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