Jim's answer is correct, but if you're using JMP on a Mac computer, you would start with File==>Export instead of File==>Save As.
To use JSL to Save a report as Interactive HTML, use:
report << Save Interactive HTML( "C:\Bivariate.html" );
For more information, please see one of these JMP Discovery papers:
If you already have JMP 14.2, you might want to use JMP Public to share your html output.
Please see: Posting to JMP Public
You can do this with JMP 14.2 using JMP Public to hold all your reports.
With earlier versions of JMP, you can create your own site with a web hosting service, upload your html files, and provide links to them. There are many services to choose from, but not all will support serving up whole web pages. In the second JMP Discovery paper I listed, we discuss a JMP user who ran into this issue and how he got around the limitation. There's a link at the bottom of that paper to a JMP Community discussion leading up to the solution.