If a Storyline or Studio HTML5 course won’t advance past the first slide when viewed in Google Chrome, it might mean that the server where your course is hosted has an outdated MIME type. If that’s the case, you’ll see
406 errors in Chrome’s developer tools when the course becomes stuck.
The best solution is to ask your server administrator to replace the experimental MIME type of
If your server administrator can’t change the MIME type right away, you should be able to work around it by modifying your published course. Here’s how:
- In your published output, open the
html5 folder, the
lib folder, and then the
- Open the
slides.min.js file in a text editor, such as Notepad.
- Search for
- Save and close the
- Upload the published output to your server and test it again.
If modifying your published output solves the problem, be sure to make the same change every time you publish a course.