I am attempting to publish an Adobe Captivate project to a WordPress blog. The .swf file is easy enough to handle, but the HTML5 version is giving me problems.
The way that Captivate outputs HTML5 is as a folder that includes an index.html file and other folders with various resources that are references in the index.html file (e.g., as ./images/picture.jpg).
I have several goals, in decreasing order of importance:
1) Be able to insert the HTML5 content into a WordPress post (including uploading the content).
2) Have the content "window" automatically fill the area WordPress has available, as if it were a simple video. (I ask this question because I tried using iFrames and they have a fixed size, unless I'm missing an option).
3) Be able to restrict access so that someone can only access the file through the WordPress post (rather than, say, directly following the URL for the index.html file).
Is this possible?