Sorry 'bout the long double-question title, but I am totally stuck on a client project bc of this issue.
When I export a proof-of-concept HTML5 presentation/website, I can run it by dragging the Html file into my browser, but when I upload the same files into a folder on my server and try to call up the same Html file from my browser’s URL bar, it only shows white.
When I looked into the Html file, I noticed that it is empty, so how does the browser know what to load from where? Is there hidden/protected text inside the Html file that can be viewed some other way? I don’t understand, and I have been writing HTML pages since the mid-90’s…no idea about JS or CSS, though, so HTML5 is a bit of a challenge for me without the help of a program like Hype.
Any ideas where I should start trouble-shooting? Could it be a permission thing of the uploaded files on my server? They are all set to 755 atm.