Recently we have launched a new feature on Theasys that allows you to Download & Self-host your tours.
Following are some quick instructions on how to run your tour either offline or online.
Please note that the provided files need to be placed on a server in order for your tour to run.
Usually a local server runs on the address http://localhost. Let's assume that you need to run your tour on the following local address: http://localhost/mytour/. Go to your local server files and create a new folder called "mytour". Place all Theasys Tour provided files into this folder.
Locate file config.js and open it with your favorite editor (notepad, notepad++, sublime, atom, etc) and on line 9 change path from "http://localhost" to "http://localhost/mytour/".
Visit tour via your browser at the address http://localhost/mytour/
Let's assume that you need to run your tour on the following website address: https://www.mywebsite.com/mytour/. Use your favorite ftp progam (FileZilla, Cyberduck, etc) and connect to your website root directory. Create a new folder called "mytour". Upload all Theasys Tour provided files into this folder.
Note: before uploading your files online, on your computer locate file config.js (Theasys Tour provided files) and open it with your favorite editor (notepad, notepad++, sublime, atom, etc) and on line 9 change path from "http://localhost" to "https://www.mywebsite.com/mytour/". Please note that there is a difference between "https://" and "http://" depending if you run your website on SSL or not.
Visit tour via your browser at the address https://www.mywebsite.com/mytour/
Google maps key
If your tour uses a map, then you need to have a Google maps api key. If you haven't already provided Theasys with your api key during purchase and download procedure you can change it manually.
Locate file index.html and open it with your favorite editor (notepad, notepad++, sublime, atom, etc) and on line 56 where it says:
Change "GOOGLE_MAPS_API_KEY" with your key.
If you wish to know how to issue a Google Maps Api key, please visit https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/embed/get-api-key
For more information about Theasys "Download & Self-host tours", please refer to our F.A.Q. or contact us via email at email@example.com.
- After a successful purchase, Theasys provides you with a .zip file. You have to uncompress it on your local machine.
- There are no special server requirements for the tour to run either online or offline.
- You can Download Here a Demo Tour for testing purposes before purchase.