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    Where exactly do you upload the codes etc?

    Version 10.0.1
    I'm trying to Export as Html animation. I've tried setting up a free website at WP, and W (am I allowed to actually name them?) I've tried to follow guides and tutorials but I can't find the bits they reference. Suggestions?

    I can't find anything like <head> in either one, or where to put the js folder, etc. I can't figure this out. Do I really need FTP software?

    I figure I have all year to get this working. Or give in to making avi with its bit of blurriness, and no buttons. Also, even mpegs are large files for email.

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    Is it your intention to add the animation to a WordPress page or use WordPress for the rest of your site?

    Adding an animation to a WordPress page is a bit tricky. There is a tutorial on our support page concerning this. I like Head, Footer and Post Injections WordPress plugin which lets you add html/javascript code to the head and footer of the page.

    If you don't intend to use WordPress, the way to proceed is simpler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Hartzell View Post
    ...If you don't intend to use WordPress, the way to proceed is simpler.
    Yes indeed, simpler. I don't need a website. (Been there, done that; not my thing.)

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    There are probably a number of web sites that provide free hosting. You want one that will allow you to upload your own web page. You will need to ftp files; there are a number of good free ftp programs (FileZilla for one). In KoolMoves, use Export/Publish Movie > As Html5 Web Page to get a complete working page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Hartzell View Post
    T. . . free hosting. . .
    Okay, found the problem. Sites that allow animation are not free. You can put up pictures, but that's it.

    But I finally found the flash player, so I can give it out if I need to.

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    Web site hosting is quite inexpensive these days so it shouldn't be a problem.

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