HTML tags should be added with embed code then it will work.
After publishing it can be shared via customized or free domain link.
Please note however that Voki is meant only for educational non-commercial use. To use our avatars for business please visit www.sitepal.com.
Por favor envíe una nota a email@example.com y le ayudaremos.
Por favor envíe una nota a firstname.lastname@example.org y nosotros nos encargaremos de esto por usted.
Hi Maggie -
Very sorry for the inconvenience. Please send a note to email@example.com - so that we can look into it & clear it up.
The Voki character library is the solution. The character library was implemented in 2014 and widely used ever since. Once you create and save your character to the library, you can then reuse it.
Unfortunately the character library is currently 'down for maintenance' - as we are updating the editor, it became necessary to block access temporarily. We expect it will be back within a few weeks.
Apologies for the inconvenience.
The Voki Team
Please see detailed instructions here -
Hope this helps,
Hi Phyl -
Some of the comments in this thread are from 12 months ago, just as we were introducing Voki 2.0 and HTML5 playback. Things were in flux that have since been long resolved.
If you run into any problems please let us know.
Specifically - I did not understand this comment -
> ...as a link back to Voki's full webpage; which showed a tiny little image of what I'd created
Can you please explain the problem and post a link to your page where this issue can be seen?
sorry about the inconvenience.
please send a note to support and we'll be able to better review and advise knowing your account details.
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