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im so stuck with this task

I have been searching the web for hours but i cannot find a solution, i have the license for windows use and i have created the games i want but i am struggling on how i can include this on a website i created using notepad with html and css for a uni project? please somebody help me
 

chamaeleon

Member
Buy the html5 export if you wish to export a game for hosting on a website, running inside the browser. If you want to simply offer a download of a windows executable just link to it using <a href> and upload an installer or zip file the link points to.
 

Mr Magnus

Viking King
If you want your game to be playable from the website directly you'll need the HTML5 export module, and need to export your game trough that to html5. That will give you a set of files and an index.html you can embed in your website.

If you just want people to download your game as an .exe or .zip or whatever you can do that simply by having the .zip in the directory your website is in and having a download link to it, such as

HTML:
 <a href="/My_great_game.zip" download>
 
i think i will go for the download option, is it possible that for my website i can create a linkable picture which when clicked it allows user to download my game?
 

Mr Magnus

Viking King
Yes, you can embed pictures in links. For instance the simplest way is

HTML:
<a href="/My_great_game.zip" download>
    <img  src="a_really_cool_picture.png" width="100" height="100">
</a>
 
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