Resize browser when publishing standalone interaction to web

Hi, I'm trying to figure how to resize the browser so the published interaction (in my case, a standalone glossary), does not have all the browser white space around it.

A classic example of how this is done is on the Engage Examples page. http://www.articulate.com/products/engage-demos.php#guided_image

When you click on View Sample button on any of these engage demos,  the published interaction demo  launches in a separate browser window and shows only the published interaction in the browser versus a full browser window with the published interaction. This allows the user to have the published interaction up while also having the former window open.

http://www.articulate.com/images/products09/product-files/engage/engage_10/process/index.html

I'm hoping someone can guide me in how to create this same kind of published output.

Please advise.

Thanks!

3 Replies
claire harter

Hi Leslie,
I published the .INTR file as standalone file to be published on the Web. The final web page where it resides is on a company intranet that uses SharePoint 2010 platform. I have no issues with it launching from the web page. My issue is that when it launches, the glossary opens in a full-screen browser window. I would like for the browser window to launch the glossary scaled to the glossary size only instead of full screen.

Attached is the .INTR file for your review.

Thank you,

C