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 AEII
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I have a LMS that I use a developing platform to create courses ...

The LMS does not easily support this development platform so i have placed content in the same domain in an organized file structure and was using Advanced iFrames to bring in the opening html page to the LMS Lesson Pages ...

It works fine except I noticed that the URL displays in the browser where the content is located and can be accessed without going through the LMS ...

Is there a way to display something else in the Browser URL and the Source page to protect our content from being pirated ?

I tried to figure out if the Advanced iFrames has a setting or feature for this ?

Thanks You

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TinyWebGallery
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 AEII
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Thank you for the quick response ...

Before I look at your suggestion ... if you can clarify one thing it would be appreciated ...

If I implement your suggestion, the URL will still be in the Address Bar ... so all they have to do it copy the URL and then go to it outside the LMS ... Am I missing something ?

Does the Advanced iFrame show a different URL that the actual URL in the Browser ?

 

Thank You Again ...

 

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TinyWebGallery
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?? In the address bar is the url of the parent. The iframe url can be seen in the source code. 
If you use my solution and you open the page in the iframe directly you ge redirected to your parent page.

But then you cannot open this page outside an iframe anymore. 

Best, Michael

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