Right, they link together via the action “go to url" instead of “jump to scene".
The url of the next page is simple the name of the next hype doc you create. So if your home page is a hype doc called “1” the html file is called “1.html”. Then make a hype doc called “2” and point to 2.html.
You can still have scenes to complete animations. Just go to the next url at a logical point.
I keep all my .html files in one folder. So I don’t need to enter the entire "www.whatever/whatever.html" in the action box, just name.html. But you will need to include the full path when sending someone a link via email.
For example: http://terrelb.com/TEXTBOOK-A.html
— As you can see when sending a link to an html file it needs to be case specific, in the action box and the link you send.
Nice web page. How have you been doing in the market. I was creating html animations for the textbook industry. But from what I can see it has already moved off-shore along with my illustration work. Very frustrating. I’ve had to switch industries.