sexta-feira, 1 de julho de 2011 22:49
I am new to this so bare with me :)
I am making a site using dreamweaver CS5.5, and I want to embed an HDView panorama I made with the Photoshop plugin (the panorama page works fine locally)
I have read the procedure to embed the iframe instruction on the HDViw site page, I inserted the iframe instruction in my Div and when I test the page I do get the HDView viewer box, but I get the error
"cannot access the XML file using a 'file' URL when the HTML page is accessed using a 'http URL"
Of course because I am testing the site locally, I have put in the iframe the local path to the xml file. iframe instruction below:
<iframe style='width: 800px; height: 600px; margin: 0' frameborder='0' scrolling='no' src='http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/IVM/HDViewSL/HDIFrame.htm?FileName=C:\users\username\documents\site\Images\Salon-Pano\Salon-Pano_hdv.xml&Viewer=1'>
in the Salon-Pano folder I have the following files:
Salon-Pano_files folder with the image set
So I have 3 questions
1) Is there a different syntax for the iframe that would allow me to test the web page with the embedded instruction locally
2) Am I supposed to use the Salon-Pano.xml or the Salon-Pano_hdv.xml in the iframe
3) When I am ready to upload to the server, do I need to put the full site URL of the xml file in the iframe, or can I use a local relative path on the server like Images\Salon-Pano\Salon-Pano_hdv.xml
Thank you very much for any clarification you can offer
Edit: I tried doing an Iframe with the Hdview web page generated by ICE or PS as the source, but then I run into an IE problem,where IE does not display local content. It does work with Firefox though.
This brings me to a 4th question:
4) Is there a reason why we should use the http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/IVM/HDViewSL/HDIFrame.htm?FileName=xxx as the source rather that simply use the HDView htm page created by ICE or the PS plugin ?
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segunda-feira, 11 de julho de 2011 18:44
1) HDViewSL/Silverlight (Viewer=1) won't allow you to mix file: and http: URLs. So for testing just copy http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/IVM/HDViewSL/HDIFrame.htm to your local drive. Or use HDView (Viewer=0) which doesn't have that restriction.
2) Use Salon-Pano_hdv.xml for HDView or HDViewSL, Salon-Pano.xml for DeepZoom.
3) The FileName property in the iframe can be a relative path (but using / not \ if a URL).
4) HDIFrame.htm lets you embed an iframe in your web page; HDView.htm is a web page. If you have a web server you can just put HDView.htm on it; if not, you can reference http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/IVM/HDViewSL/HDIFrame.htm from your blog.
segunda-feira, 11 de julho de 2011 21:37
Thanks a lot for the clarifications !
for 1) IE still refuses to display local content though so I guess there is no way to test locally in IE, have to use Firefox preview...
segunda-feira, 11 de julho de 2011 22:39In IE try Internet Options->Advanced, scroll down to Security and check "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer".
segunda-feira, 11 de julho de 2011 22:50
that enables local js content to work without getting the "enable blocked content" message, but not the iframe to display a local HDview web page. I still get a black iframe, no error or warnings, just nothing. If I preview in firefox, the HDView content is there and works fine.
From what I have read it seems to be a known problem with IE Iframes and local content, but I would be happy to find a workaround.