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Posted: Fri May 03, 2013 6:12 pm   Post subject: Ispring 7 & Google sites

I am a user of ispring pro suite 6.2.

My Company uses google sites extensively. It does not allow uploading swf files. The only option is to upload them on some other server & then embed them in google sites.

Goolge sites provides the custom html facility also.

With ispring 7 generating html 5 output; will be possible to use the html 5 code generated by ispring to add the custom html facility provided by google sites?

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Posted: Mon May 06, 2013 9:55 am   Post subject: Re: Ispring 7 & Google sites

Thank you for your post.
Yes, it's possible to embed an HTML5 file to your website. In this case it's necessary to put the path to the Data folder in the HTML file. The data folder is created by iSpring after the conversion.

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Posted: Fri May 10, 2013 7:32 am   Post subject: Re: Ispring 7 & Google sites

Thanks for reply.

I downloaded the evaluation version & converted one of the presentations in html 5. It has created one index file & data folder as specified by you.
Now how to insert this in google sites?
Google sites provides only one button for inserting html code. How to add the contents of data folder in google sites and where can I get the HTML code to be inserted?

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Posted: Fri May 10, 2013 1:37 pm   Post subject: Re: Ispring 7 & Google sites

iSpring created presentations need to be uploaded to the regular websites with FTP access. After it's placed in the Internet it won't be a problem to embed it into your own website. You can read one of these instructions to learn how to insert
a Flash presentation: ... _html.html
or an HTML5 one: ... -blog.html

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Posted: Fri May 10, 2013 5:44 pm   Post subject: Re: Ispring 7 & Google sites

Thanks for prompt reply.
In Google sites users do not get ftp access.
There is one functionality called files cabinet, wherein the users can upload any type of file & arrange them in folders, for which a url will be generated.
Will this suffice?
Is is necessary that all the files generated should also be uploaded & stored in data folder itself?
Further, we also use weebly sites. There also we do not have ftp access, but individual files can be uploaded without folder structure. What action would you recommend for weebly & google sites users?

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Posted: Thu May 16, 2013 8:27 am   Post subject: Re: Ispring 7 & Google sites

You can also generate a single all-in-one Flash .swf file and upload it to any website that has web-interface for uploading files. Make sure that you are not detaching media content in the Advanced tab.

For HTML5 presentations FTP access is mandatory because it creates let's say a hundred of files which is nearly possible to upload one by one.

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