New here... I created a banner ad with 3 png's. I publish the file and it works fine on my desktop. The test is perfect. The images originate on my desktop and imported them into my library. When I email the ad it seems that the images are not linked because the animation no longer works. Should the images reside on the web and will the file link once uploaded? Is there a way to have the images embedded into the animation file?
This is the error message
Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND
Uncaught ReferenceError: images is not defined
This is a basic web banner ad with simple animation. I just need to export it as HTML5 and send it out to have someone place it on their website. Any help will be greatly appriceated.
If you mean for HTML5, bitmaps images are not embedded. You would need to include the html and js files, and the images, sounds, and libs folders (if they exist).
HTML5 canvas output is typically more than one file, unlike the swf format. So, if you're transferring or hosting your project make sure to use all the files generated while publishing.