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You can use a Web view to include changeable content (such as ads) or custom interactivity to an App Studio issue. You can use a Web view to display HTML, PDF, Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, RTF, and several other types of files. On the output device, the WebKit framework is used to render the content. To add a Web view to an App Studio issue:
- Select the picture box you want to contain the Web content.
- In the HTML5 palette, click Web View .
Web view options
- Optionally, enter a name for the Web view in the Name field. This name displays in the Interactive Objects area in the bottom of the palette.
- If you want the Web view to be initially invisible, check Initially Hidden .
- To allow the user to interact with the content, check Allow User Interaction .
- To specify the location of the content, click an option in the Source area.
- To use a local file, click File (Embed) . Put the file and any other files it uses (such as pictures) into a folder by themselves, then click the button and select the file. To ensure that links work, all files in the folder that contains this file will be added to the article.
- To use a URL, click URL and enter the URL in the field.
- If the content in the Web view is not embedded, you can specify an image to display when the Internet connection is not available. To do so, click Select Image in the Offline Image area and choose a picture file. You can use the icons under this button to edit or delete the offline image.
Offline images must be in PNG or JPEG format.
- To finish configuring the Web view, click a different object or a blank part of the layout.