How to share my created flip books online?
When you have finished creating digital flash magazine with magazine maker, you may be wondering about a new issue, it is just how to upload the created flash magazine online for sharing with your friends on blog or Facebook? Then we provide two ways and some tips for reference. No matter business or individual users can find a suitable way to share.
I. If you own a website, then just upload output files by FTP or other ways:
1. Log in your website via FTP, for example, you website domain is http://www.yourdomain.com;
2. Upload all of files in the output directory to your website. For example, your output directory is C:\out\myflipbook:
Then upload the directory "myfilpbook" (including three folders, SWF and HTML files) to your site.
3. See your flipping book at: "http://www.yourdomain.com/myflipbook/index.html" or better: http://www.yourdomain.com/myflipbook/
II. If you don't have your own website to publishing created flipbook files, there are still 2 methods for you too:
<1>Publish the flipbook onto your blog with uploading all output files (include folders);
<2>If you can't upload folders to your blog or you don't have a blog, there is an online backup and share website you can utilize to publish your created flipbooks:
1. Create account in Dropbox:
2. Choose "*.html" as flipbook output format, choose output path as "… \Dropbox\Public\flipbook" (make sure under "Public" folder);
3. After a few seconds, a green check mark will show for indicating that the files and folders are uploaded automatically sucessfully. Right-click index file, then choose Dropbox > Copy Public Link. You will get the book link like this: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/101822280/flipbook/index.html. You can paste it anywhere: emails, instant messages, blogs, etc.
By the way, if you want to show the flipbook as a part of your existing webpage or blog page, you can embed in below way:
1. Upload all output files include "*.html", "*.swf" and three folders to the same path where the webpage loaded (the same FTP method);
2. Edit the source code of your webpage (with HTML editor like Dreamweaver, or Notepad etc.), insert the paragraph below into the code;
3. Save the webpage, then open it in your Browser, check that whether the inserted flipbook can be viewed or not.