Microsoft SharePoint is a popular web platform for small to large organizations. It is designed as a centralized replacement for multiple web applications and supports various combinations of enterprise website requirements. It is typically associated with web content management and document management systems.
Using the Multiscreen HTML5 SSL, you can publish native (ASPX) output directly to a SharePoint 2010 or above document library or a SharePoint 2007 folder. When you view the published output in a browser, the topics appear in the SharePoint chrome as a single continuous HTML page.
•(Only for Internet Explorer) If your content has an iFrame containing a PDF document, readers may not be able to scroll down to the bottom of the page. To prevent this issue, ensure that the Browse File Handlingproperty in SharePoint is set to Permissive.
•If you're unable to republish content to SharePoint with Site Member permission, ensure that you have the Add and Customize Pages SharePoint permission.
•Ensure that the topics/images you’re publishing to SharePoint don’t have double dots (..) in their names. Otherwise, the publish operation will fail with a Bad Request error.
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