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Mike Enders


Our support folks are taking a look.  They tried wrapping it in an iframe and loading and it still takes over the browser.  They're going to try to dig into the site a bit more to see what is causing it to have this behavior.  If you'd like to make this official, please submit a case so they can follow up with you as they learn more....


The mystery continues...


Justin Grenier

Good Afternoon, John.

The ASP on this page seems to kick off a server-side request to reload the page, thereby leaving the IFrame.  There's very little we can do to defeat this type of self-referral.  To watch what's happening, try creating your own HTML file containing the following code:

Sample IFrame Code on Pastebin.com

When you open the HTML in your browser, you'll see the ASP take over the page, just as it does within your Storyline output.

Please let us know if you need anything else.  Thanks!

Ren Gomez

Hi Cleo,

Since this discussion is over seven years old, let's start fresh with your scenario. It sounds like you'd like to embed a web page in a Storyline file. Have you tried adding it as a web object? Follow the steps in this handy user guide here:

You won't be able to preview this, but you can test the link when you insert it in your slide. If you run into issues after viewing your website in a published output, this article may help in troubleshooting any errors:

Let me know if you have any further questions as you get started!