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    Arrow exporting my projects HTML5

    Hi, sorry if this thread already exists but i couldn't find by searching, i couldn't find a chatroom on this site and i am not allowed to talk in the discord channel because it is not for free users. If the thread or tutorial does exist please link me to it.

    I'm having trouble understanding or finding anything that explains how to upload or even create a playable export of my project.

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    this is the folder i'm left with after using "build application"
    how do is use this

    note that this is the free version that only builds to html5

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    Hi JeremWatts. You need to upload your files to a server such as where your website is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nivram View Post
    Hi JeremWatts. You need to upload your files to a server such as where your website is.

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    Is there a tutorial for this? Do I have to use an FTP and/or SQL?
    I can figure out how to upload files individually to a free hosting site but i wouldn't know how to keep them in their folder format.

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    I highly recommend Netfirms. They have a free basic plan you can start with. Their web based tools are super easy to use and get things setup, and their customer support has helped me out a few times with no issues. Usually it is a setting I messed up. ttps://www.netfirms.com/netfirms/web-hosting/basic.bml?

    Once you are comfy with that, you could go with the Plus plan. https://www.netfirms.com/netfirms/web-hosting/

    I have been able to upload my HTML5 Fusion projects and test them out no problem. You can use Filezilla if you want, but I often just use the File Manager in their online tools.

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    @JeremWatts you simply need to upload the files generated by Fusion, via FTP or other means (like a web based file manager if that is an option) and then access the relevant URL based on where you uploaded the file. There is no SQL involved in the process. You could also install a web server on your PC and host the files locally, here's a really simple and installation-free server:

    http://www.botskool.com/geeks/tinywe...server-windows

    Obviously this approach is just for your own viewing, opening up a local web server to the internet is not recommended for security reasons.

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