Plugin / Insert or Embed Articulate Content into WordPress

Brian Batt

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Yes, you can download it here: – It contains many features that we encourage you to test drive. It also has compatibility with the latest themes and other plugins on the market.
Upgrade to the premium plugin
Look for the new e-Learning block
Check out this screencast:
Yes! We do recommend disabling the scrollbar in the scrollbar options if choosing to launch your course in a lightbox. This option is found when uploading your course with this plugin after selecting the lightbox option.
This feature is only available in the Premium version of the plugin. For more information, go to
Yes, it works with all versions of Articulate Storyline including Storyline 360.
In Player Properties, set the player to “Scale player to fill browser window.” For more information, see:
Yes, it works with all versions of Adobe Captivate. Here’s a step by step guide:
Yes, it works with all versions of iSpring.
Lectora, Camtasia, iSpring, Elucidat, Gomo, Obisidian Black, MindManager, or any other tool
Yes, just make sure your .zip file contains an .html or .htm file and it’ll upload and embed on your WordPress site as expected.
The uploaded content is saved into the wp-content / uploads / articulate_uploads folder on your site. Thus, your uploaded content will not be removed if you delete this plugin.
Ability to lightbox content with themes (as shown in the screencast), open the content in a new window using custom buttons or custom text links, ability to disable scrollbars, faster upload speeds and much more. It also uses a different mechanism to upload content to workaround limits on your hosting server.
To use the plugin, you must have the capability in WordPress to ‘upload files’. Contact your administrator to update your user role or capabilities in WordPress.
This appears to be a pretty common issue with WordPress uploads. Here’s a few forum discussions: Many customers have solved the problem by installing this WordPress plugin: For details on exactly what this plugin does, see: Here’s another potential solution to fix the issue from the server side:


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