How do I export my game TO GODADDY?

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  • I currently have a few test game running on Netifly

    but to cut cost for additional uploads. I would like to host on my Godaddy server using Plesk.

    I already have the SSL certificate paid for and in place but when i upload my game I cant seem to get it to start loading. any construct3 upload just opens up to a black screen without loading.

    SSl approved and uploaded to server

    Game folder uploaded and extracted to a directory

    I'm new to this so any help with a walkthrough of what step i'm missing.


  • When the game is stuck on black screen, press F12 in browser and see if there are any errors in the Console log.

  • I'm getting a c3runtime error.

    Failed to load all engine scripts in worker: ReferenceError: chance is not defined.

    Is there a way to fix this?

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    It was an old "chance" plugin that wasn't in use.

    Now how do I get these to play on Godaddy?

    Any game i upload to netlify works but on godaddy they all go black without loading.

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    its free to use , and test if it works , if dont , check your project again

  • Hi, Not sure if this helps but mine runs fine on GoDaddy.

    Apologies if you've already tried all this.

    My unzipped game is in a folder under the public_html folder on GoDaddy.

    I have a WordPress website, I added an HTML block to a page and inserted:-

    <iframe src="https://www.MYWEBSITE/MYGAMEFOLDER/index.html" width="600" height="200" scrolling="no" noresize="noresize"></iframe>

    I have linux deluxe hosting with cpanel and wordpress and SSL for my godaddy account.

    Hope this helps :(

  • Thanks for the info.

    I'm Still trying.

    But games just turn up black screens.

    I was assuming it was some checkbox i missed.

    I a noob a setting up the SSL requirements for it to work so was assuming there was a step i missed.

    I'll try again and hope it works

    i have a netlify account but assumed it could get expensive

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