19 Replies
Joanna Kurpiewska

Hi Daniela

I've recently designed my website with Wix and hosted all Storyline examples on Google drive. So every project described in Portfolio section has a link to a file shared on Google drive. This solution has its pros and cons but is the best solution for me now.

Here's a short tutorial showing how to share SL files on GD. 

Hope this helps.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Daniela,

You'll need to look at the published output folder prior to zipping to find the story.html file and rename it. Once you've done that you'll want to place the entire contents of the published output folder within your web hosting site (depending on where that is, it'll be the zipped version or just the entire folder). 

Joanna Kurpiewska

Hi Daniela

you need to upload output folder. Within this folder there's a story.html file - it's the one which needs to be changed to index.html. Other important thing is to use the older version of Google Drive.

Check this great post from Jennifer Valley - should be very helpful. 

 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Daniela,

I'm glad you were able to get this working and set up - also as a reminder here is information about how to publish for Storyline 2 and the different options available.  Also you should always be publishing to the local drive as described here and then you'd be able to find the files there. 

Jennifer Pohl

I think this particular thread needs to be updated or removed. Google drive deprecated their web hosting feature in August of 2016.  You need to load the published files somewhere else now. 

Article suggesting how to do it with Amazon (not free, but pretty cheap apparently): http://blogs.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/share-e-learning-courses-amazon-s3/

 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Jennifer,

We don't delete or remove forum discussions that deal with out of date material, as we want individual users to have control over their own content. Certainly that can lead to confusing situations when the behavior changes. I'm glad you've found the Amazon S3 information, and although it's not free it is relatively inexpensive and easy for folks to use so hopefully it'll work for your needs.