1, Yes you need to iFrame workaround
2, You need to trust the domain that houses the Authorware course
All our our sites are "whitelisted" as Trusted in the network and all browsers by default.
I have heard of the iFrame workaround, but I do not know what it is, nor how to implement it. Can you point me to a thread that explains it?
Yes. That is a scrolling text box. Select the text and copy it. Should look
"project_file_IE7.htm" scrolling="no" frame> This browser does not
support iframes. </body
Thank you. For some reason that scrolling text box with the html line does not scroll for me.
I followed the steps.
When the course launches now, all we see is the open white box shown above.
The course itself does not open.
OK let's scrap that, and use what I use instead.
I publish Authorware for web just like normal. In among all that files that
are created, is the htm file. Let's call it gg1010.htm
Next to it, place a second htm file that is a default file I use for all AW
lessons. In this case I will call the file _gg1010.htm - note that the code
I use requires that this second file is named the same as the first, with
the exception that I add an underscore to the beginning of the file name.
The code in this second file is quoted below.
When I create the zip file for upload to the LMS I include both htm files,
but point to the second one (the one with the underscore in the name). This
is the 'iFrame' file, and it calls the second htm file at runtime.
Here is the code that is in that second file. note you should change
800x600 to suite your course size. Note also that you *must* publish your
course as OnTopMimimize for this to work (at least that is what mymemory
says today ...):
theFile = location.pathname.split("_")
height="600" scrolling="NO" frameborder="0">');