Am I missing something glaringly obvious? I have a webviewer which displays a Google Map and it works fine in FMP13 client but when I show it in Safari it's blank?
I have the same problem.
I see the webviewer fine in FilemakerProAdv (Windows 7) (url : www.google.fr)
But when I look at this model via WebDirect (Windows server 2008) on a Chrome browser I just see a blank space.
With the analysis tools of a page of Chrome, I get this information (the webviewer's URL is www.google.fr) :
Refused to display 'https://www.google.fr/' in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'SAMEORIGIN'.
I don't know if that can help for a solution
In fact the problem the URL (in this case www.google.fr).
Google research home page refused to be displayed in the frame of the webviewer. I don't know why.
If I change of url (a simple web) site then it works fine.
But when I put a "data:text/html,..." using the google map API, then,.... it works on Chrome but not on IE.
So it's depends of a the target site policy,... and the browser.
When I researched data:text URL methods I discovered very poor support by IE for this.
It seems to be all about 'security'.
I have the same problem - with Google Maps.
Simple test database, two records, one layout with a static URL web viewer.
Hosted by FMS13
Viewable by FMP 12, FMP13, Go 12, Go 13
But a blank web viewer Using Safari via Webdirect.
I tried it on IE (Win7) - got a blank viewer with a note about the publisher not allowing content to be displayed in a frame.
Any help would be welcome.
Information at the following URL may be relevant to this:
Have you tried appending an additional parameter to the end of the google maps URL?
According to the information at the above link, appending the following to the URL fixes the problem:
I have not tried this myself, but it looks like it could apply to what you have described.
Message was edited by: steve_ssh: Corrected HTML escaping issue that happened while accessing forum from iPad
Thanks Steve, that’s got Google Maps working agin for me - now in WebDirect.
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