Adding your Tumult Hype animation to a site

The quickest way to get your Tumult Hype document displayed in your Wix site is to host it on your server and copy its embed code. Here's a guide and video to uploading your Tumult Hype document to your site: Video tutorial: Uploading your Tumult Hype document to a Web Server and Embedding Within Another HTML Page

Alternatively, you could use a service like Neocities (guide here) or Surge to host your site.

  1. Follow the steps in the link above.
  2. When editing your site, click 'Add HTML snippet' and paste in the following code:

<iframe src="" height="400" width="600" style="border:none;" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

  1. Replace the area within the 'src' field with your own document's URL, and make sure you update the height and width values as well to match your document.
  2. On the page you want to add your document, click 'Add ons' at the bottom of the menu after you click the '+' button, and click 'HTML'. Select 'HTML Code' in the 'Mode' dropdown, and paste your code in the box and click update:


Hi Daniel,

The upgrade 3.6 removed the option of export to Dropbox. Now is more difficult to my to export the animation to Wix. Before, I clicked “Copy Link” and paste in the option “Website Address” that bring me the HTML setting in Wix.

I have another option with Wix or Google drive?

Thank you,


Sorry it’s more difficult! A few alternatives & guides have been posted here: Dropbox discontinuing HTML rendering / Public Folder

Here’s more info about Dropbox’s decision:

What a pity. Was so easy to import Hype animations with Dropbox. Now it seems a kind of hustle…

is this option work now?

Nothing has changed on Dropbox’s side, so the best advice is to use your web host to host your files.

Wix only allows https now so is there a way to use hype on a wix website?

You would need to host your Hype content on an HTTPS-enabled server. HTTPS certificates are in most cases free. You can host on And use Cloudflare to ensure the content is available over https. Another option is Github Pages.

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I've found a really easy way to do this -->

Use Surge (a brilliant application) -->
to create a free https domain and embed the URL in a Wix page.