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Putting an interactive game we created in our site portfolio to be playable

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Site URL: https://www.agoos.com/

We created an interactive Trivia game for an online commencement event that streamed recently.  The game was embedded on the client's site for the event, and is available on their on-demand archive site.

I would like to be able to include it, with other content we created, on a portfolio page on my site, but have no idea how one does this (solo practitioner; not a coder; no IT staff to implement).

Is there a simple way to do this?  [I'm attaching a screenshot of the folder of materials that my subcontracted developer provided as deliverables.]

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Off the top I'd say there isn't a simple way to do this within SS. It appears the code may have been designed to be dropped into a folder on a server and then run by calling the frame.html into an iframe tag of a another page on the server.

We don't have access to the backend of the server for our sites so we can't just drop a bunch of files in and link to them. Yes there is Developer Mode which might make this possible but if you don't know about Developer Mode and already have it enabled you do not want to mess with it as you can destroy your site with unskilled wanderings.

Now if by chance you run a web server somewhere else or have access to something like Amazon S3. It might be possible drop the files there, make them public and then link to frame.html as I mentioned.

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