Publishing a storyline course to access from our intranet

I've published a storyline course for use on the web as we want to make it available to our people from the intranet.  When I open the story file it loads on my PC.  I have then copied the URL in the browser and emailed that to a few people for testing / review.  Some have been able to progress through the course and others can only display the first page.

What am I missing?  There are built in actions / animations from templates downloaded from this site - do these require particular versions of software to be installed?  Do I need to send them the Story.htm file instead?

Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.

3 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Lisa!

If you need to give learners access to a standalone course via the Internet or an intranet, and if you don't need to track their progress, then web publishing is your best option. Here's how to publish a course for web deployment.

Be sure that you are uploading the content before sharing the story.html link.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Lisa,

For the team who is unable to view it, have you checked to see if they're using a different browser than the others? There is a listing of supported browsers here. Could they be hitting any firewalls or network security restrictions that prevent the course from loading, or have a lower bandwidth to load the course?