Publishing to our Intranet (SharePoint)

Sep 18, 2013

Hi everyone

I have recently purchased Articulate Storyline (which I love) however I am trying to publish content to our intranet which is a SharePoint site.  When I had Articulate Studio, I published using the web option which produced a player.html file which our guys used to upload the content.  I have repeated this operation in Articulate Storyline but can't see a player.html file.  Am I going mad or is there something different I should be doing in Storyline?  Any help anyone can give would be much appreciated.



61 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Uyen, 

I'm not sure if folks are still subscribed here, as the post is a bit older - but you could always use the "contact me" button on a ELH users' profile to reach out to them directly! Other users such as those in this discussion will be the best options for Sharepoint specific questions as I'd be entirely out of my element. 😉

Best of luck with your project! 

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Daniel!

Most of this thread seems centered around Storyline vs Presenter, but hopefully Brett or someone here will be able to pop in and assist you.

You are certainly welcome to reach out to the user directly via the 'Contact Me' option on the user profile if you do not hear back soon.

I'm not familiar with publishing to Sharepoint, but perhaps this thread will offer a bit of assistance. I have also seen where changing the file to .aspx helped, such as here, but all of these threads are a bit dated.

Norman Gupton

Hi there! I've ready through the thread and am running into issues with SharePoint 2010 and uploading story files using Storyline 360. As you can see, I've attempted to upload the HTML, HTML5, and SWF versions. When using the HTML versions, the Articulate Wheel just spins and never brings up the course. with the SWF version, I get the following message: ERROR: Could not load the file 'story_content/data.swf'. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Ren Gomez

Hi Jeannie,

Thanks for reaching out! You should be able to host Articulate content in SharePoint Server. However, it won't work with SharePoint Online (the Microsoft Office 365 Hosted Edition) since it doesn't support HTML files.

If you're using SharePoint Server, check with your SharePoint administrator for instructions on how to upload HTML content. Depending on your version of SharePoint, you may need to switch to "explorer view" before uploading content, or you may need to "check-in" content after uploading it. Your administrator will know for sure.

There have been other discussions in E-Learning Heroes around this, and it may be worth chiming in for additional guidance! Here's one below:

Tony Gonzalez

I published my course to Web and the Story.html launches and works fine from my PC. In SharePoint I created a folder called move-ins test and moved the published files into the folder. See image 1. 

When I copy the link to the Story.html file, it just loads a page with my blue background. See image 2. 

We tried adding a Web Part and a Page Viewer and linking them to the Story file, but that hasn't worked either. Any suggestions?