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Author I don't know why the browser automatically refresh the page
Posted Saturday, October 3, 2015 - Post #35831
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Hello,

i've just created an html narrative report of my family tree, but i don't know why the browser automatically refresh the pagehttp://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/37928499-e9b5-464e-a017-9068.png

and it change the number after default.htm#

why is that?

Edited: Saturday, October 3, 2015 by GenoProSupport
Posted Saturday, October 3, 2015 - Post #35832
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Modern browsers have a 'same orgin' security policy that really messes up trying to use frames under the local 'file:' scheme rather than from a web server using standard http scheme.

I have had to jump through many many hoops to get the Narrative Report to work locally using file: scheme rather than  from a web server. The problem concerns passes data between frames. the HTML5 postMessage is the best solution but does not work with all browsers and so I had to resort to passing data between frames via the location URL follwing a hash # character.  This is what you are seeing. 

Personally I install nginx web server on my PC and access reports via that but I don't think all users will what to do that.

I still fail to understand why accessing files from the same folder on a PC is less secure than accessing the same files from a folder on the web! To me the policy is illogical or poorly implemented.



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