Help Exporting To a Server


(armando) #1

Can some one help me on how to up-load an animation to my server Hostgator. Or Do I need another hosting server. Thank you


(Andrew) #2

Export as a folder to your desktop, then either login to cPanel, File Manager and upload the files and folder individually, or an FTP client. Within cPanel you would need to create an FTP account.

Then upload the files in one go :smile:

Here is how Hostgator explains it


(armando) #3

Thank you MrAddy, I have done it but still doesn’t work. I go into cpanel creat a new file EG: banner, open that file and upload all the content. Whne I click on www.mysite.com/banner nothing happens all I can see is the color of the background but not the animation. What am I doing wrong?


(armando) #4

Thank you MrAddy, I have done it but still doesn’t work. I go into cpanel creat a new file EG: banner, open that file and upload all the content.


#5

I recommend that you use an FTP client (and not the web-based uploader) to upload your files. Please see this help article: https://support.hostgator.com/articles/hosting-guide/lets-get-started/shared-web-hosting/step-3-upload-your-site-shared-hosting-startup-guide#ftp

For FTP clients, Cyberduck is easy to use and free: https://cyberduck.io/?l=en


(armando) #6

Hi Daniel, please help. I am still having problem uploading to hostgator. I try your recommendation but still my animation will not work. I am not sure what is not showing on https://www.armandomolina.com/test1/ I have been uploading manually swf files with out any problem but I never use Hype with this server. would you know why?

I look at others webpages using hype and they work just perfect but not mine :smile: help


(armando) #7

I just want to do something like in the gallery like this as en example
http://tumult.com/hype/gallery/WooGrit2/WooGrit2.html


#8

Can you share your Tumult Hype document? It looks like there is a syntax error on that page which is blocking your document from loading. It looks like you’ve edited the generated JS file that Hype creates and put in HTML.

Can you take a look at this section of our documentation? http://tumult.com/hype/documentation/3.0/#exporting It may help you understand which files to upload.