Managing, Uploading, and Viewing HTML5 Content
HTML5 content is typically constructed from a set of individual files and folders. To
upload this content into Bigtincan Learning Hub, you must convert it into a .zip file. Zip
files allow Bigtincan Learning Hub to display HTML/HTML5 content locally, without the
need for a network connection. This is an effective tool to provide access to off-line
content, and it's simple to set up.
How to create an archive of HTML and HTML5 content
- Creating the proper index file - Microsite files are zip archives of complete websites/apps. To ensure that the index.html file is loaded properly, please ensure that it is well-formatted and complies with the appropriate web standards
- Packaging the HTML content - Once the index.html file has been verified and is at the root of the “web site”, the index.html and all associated files and folders may be added to a single zip archive file. It is important to ensure that the zip program used does not create an additional enclosing folder and that the index.html files are at the root of the unzipped file.
- Upload the microsite to Learning Hub Drive - Add the compressed web archive to Learning Hub Drive.
- Now you can add to courses, achievements, or simply enjoy the media from the content library or feature it on a dashboard.