As an Articulate user, you may need to publish your e-learning courses to HTML5 format. To make that experience as smooth as possible, we want to share some helpful information for developing HTML5 content.
HTML5 is a new and emerging standard in e-learning technology. However, as of early 2014, it hasn't been accepted as the industry standard. As a result, your HTML5 published content might look and behave differently than you intended.
Some of the challenges designers face when developing HTML5 content include:
Finding up-to-date information about HTML5 and its impact on e-learning
Getting your published output to look and behave like it does in your authoring tool
Accounting for different levels of HTML5 support across different browsers and devices Testing across browsers and devices
To help you navigate HTML5 course development, we pulled together these supporting articles.
REMINDER: Adobe is ending its support of Adobe Flash on December 31, 2020. Republish any Flash projects to HTML5 before December 31, 2020, so they continue to work.Learn more