0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 21, 2017 5:40 PM by ryanr0409

    R.E. Followed links from Indesign Publish Online content loading in sandbox

    ryanr0409

      I’ve been working on a multi-page indesign document that is being hosted on the adobe servers using the new Indesign Publish Online feature (introduced in InDesign CC 2015). Unfortunately I’m having a problem with followed links.

       

      Links build using the “Buttons and Forms” panel or “Hyperlinks” panel load, but do not allow for Form submission – the server appears to be loading them in a sandboxed frame. The browser therefore denies any requests for form submission. I’m testing this with a few different forms, one of which is simply the “log out” button on Facebook. The error(s) from the console are below:

       

      Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT (https://www.facebook.com/intern/common/referer_frame.php)

       

      Uncaught DOMException: Blocked a frame with origin "https://www.facebook.com" from accessing a cross-origin frame.

          at HTMLIFrameElement.n (https://www.facebook.com/rsrc.php/v3ihG54/yx/l/en_US/gayEHChR-pu.js:5:505)

       

      Uncaught DOMException: Blocked a frame with origin "https://www.facebook.com" from accessing a cross-origin frame.

          at HTMLIFrameElement.n (https://www.facebook.com/rsrc.php/v3ihG54/yx/l/en_US/gayEHChR-pu.js:5:505)

       

      Blocked form submission to 'https://www.facebook.com/logout.php?button_name=logout&button_location=settings' because the form's frame is sandboxed and the 'allow-forms' permission is not set.(anonymous function) @ Dl0PcFY34M0.js:3ha @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:46l.$Arbiter5 @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:60ha @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:46i.__emitToSubscription @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:56i.emit @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:56h.emitAndHold @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:58l.inform @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:60k @ /rsrc.php/v3/yD/r/x8HHYop9FxJ.js:20l._handleItemClick @ /rsrc.php/v3iQap4/yf/l/en_US/-23d2PIwDNf.js:35l._handleClick @ /rsrc.php/v3iQap4/yf/l/en_US/-23d2PIwDNf.js:35ha @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:46x @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:244x @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:244aa @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:238ha @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:46ka @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:95(anonymous function) @ h3BK73tzY1F.js:94

       

      Interestingly enough, I can bypass the sandbox mode by manually right-clicking the link and loading the page in a new tab. Clicking the link directly does load in a new tab (the link has the _BLANK attribute), but the aforementioned sandboxing is in effect.

       

      Is there a current solve for this issue? Any Advice on a solve or a workaround would be greatly appreciated! InDesign InDesign Server Developers