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I have a simple web build on HTML with or without Flash capabilities. From Web Server perspective has to be onlu simple HTML delivery to user request.
Seams that Office 365 - need something which I don't know, to be able to deliver simple html web pages.
HTML contents and flash content is come back to browser as attachements! you can chek here: www.pointlet.com
I think I wil change the provider. If Office 365 wants to address small business - in this way, thay have to change segment marketing people - all of them.
Thanks in advance!!!
P.S. Changing page extension and writing ASP.NET code is not an acceptable solution
Thanks for the feedback.
Basically you can only use what the provided editor can create, if you want your page to work change it .ASPX and then call it.
WebSites can be edited also with SharePoint Designer - and this toll know how to create HTML web pages. SharePoin use HTML pages (btw -see HTML controls in editor), but configuration changes in "Central Administration has to be done. A regular hoster throught Crontol Panel allow WebSites Owners to edit Mime/Type table in order to publish different kind of content. Here this Mime/Type editing has to be done by Admins....
You can create aspx pages in SPD too (or just rename uploaded html files). Permissive file handling settings block html files but not aspx.
I renamed the files but flash file is still delivered as attachement. Flash file cannot be renamed in ASPX!!! Beside this: A small business with very simple html website should not facing problems solved by any regular hoster years ago. Let's suppose I don't know what asp.net is, and I paid for a web site and is not working and anywhere else is working.
So how can I publish for anonymous access html pages with flash content???
What I'm saying is save your flash code as an aspx file and upload it to documents. You can then iframe it on a regular page or link to it. It will open like this directly from documents:
And here it is iframed on a regular public site page and right below that we inserted your code in a video module which may be the easiest option.:
Does the reply above answer your question?