I'm an animator that has just started using Flash, and need to create an HTML5 animation for a web banner. I'm not a web developer.
I can publish the animation from Flash just fine - it creates the .html, .js, and images folder. Playing the .html offline works as long as everything stays in the same folder.
My question is, would any decent web developer be able to take these files (html, js, and images exported from Flash) to publish on a website? I initially thought just the html file would be all that's created and used. Am I missing something in the publish settings?
You can use the instructions in this help topic to choose the right publish settings and publish your HTML5 output: Flash Professional Help | Creating and publishing an HTML5 Canvas document. Please let me know if something doesn't work.
If you have created and published the entire animation in Flash Professional HTML5 Canvas document, then you have to pass on the html, js and the assets folder to get it published on a website.
Thanks for the replies. I will make sure the client knows they will have to make use of the published assets.