[Xerte] Re: HTML5 Export
reijnders at tor.nl
Tue Feb 26 12:56:30 GMT 2013
I's just a bit too early. Firts priority is making sure all pages
avaibale in Flash work properly in HTML5.
So at the moment there is no HTML5 export. I'll take a look at it, and
give you a recipe if it turns out to be simple. But don't expect a
fully functional export before the next official release.
In the meantime, you can publish the RLO, and use the links directly.
Citeren Adam Read <aread at marjon.ac.uk>:
> Hi all
> Just wondering if there's a way to export an offline learning object
> and play it in the HTML5 player? I've tried both the standard zip
> and archive zip, only the latter seems to contain any reference to
> the HTML5 templates, but the index.htm still loads the flash version.
> A colleague has a whole raft of LOs which they want to publish to a
> CD, but the HTML player would be preferable if possible.
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