Can a finished game be uploaded to a website?

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Post » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:46 pm

Hello all,

I am creating small educational games for our small 8 year daughter. Because my wife and myself are afraid damaging the laptop when working on it, we prefer her to make the exercises on a small android tablet which is connected to the internet.

We have a website space and domain, which we want to use for these exercises. By placing it on a website, she can also from other computers access the exercises wherever she has internet. We are not concerned about illegal use of these educational games, because they are free and somebody viewing this website will also be able to play these educational games. Game data should be stored at the local computer.

Exporting the finished games, will be HTML5.

Is it possible to integrate these games into a section of our website? Will it be difficult to integrate and what are the things we have to watch out for?

Thank you very much for your time spent on my questions.

Chris
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Post » Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:37 pm

It is super easy to do! You can put the game into an iframe, or link to it on its own separate page. See the link in my signature for an example of what this could look like.
www.simbucket.com - HTML5 Science Simulations / https://www.airconsole.com/#!play=com.n ... obotrumble - Robot Rumble on AirConsole
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Post » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:50 am

Hello Cjbruce,

Thank you very much for your reply which is very much appreciated.

I will use the iFrame and link with it to its own page. In that way, I can use the same game in other places to.

Have a great day.

Chris
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Post » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:51 am

Hi,

I think its always a good idea to have your game either with its own domain or a proper subdomain of your own website. Like www.yourwebsite.com/gametitle(/index.html) you don't need to input the "/index.html".

This way you can always:
1. refer to it easily
2. open it trough website in a new tab using target_new
3. embed it anywhere easily using "iframe"

Have a great day!
Chris
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Post » Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:52 pm

Hi Chris,

Thank you very much for your reply.

Indeed, having the game in its own sub-domain, which is very possible with our hosting is a very good idea.

Wish you a very nice day.

Chris
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Post » Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:30 am

No problem ;)
have a great day
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