LinkedIn shown in Minicard
We have just been upgraded to Super Office ver. 8.0 on-premise version.
Before I had created in Gui-Web panel so I could select a contact and then the contact was automatically found in Linkedin in the mini map.
After the upgrade, I have had problems with this, ie I still Linkedin in mini map, but it no longer seeks the contact appear automatically. It looks like Linkedin has been a change in the query string as the URL that comes if I seek switch up directly in Linkedin, looks different than before, but I can not get the new work, so hope there is someone who can help :)
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I know, but you found out that your link still works, but SuperOffice don't show it.
Is the protocol https, I think it needs to be secure to work.
Can we see how you do it? What is the URL you are using?
I did and it works, but would prefer to have it inside the mini card and not in another tab (as i get via Navigator button and tool bar)
Not the answer but a hint: Try to add the status bar to the mini card, in that way you can open the URL in a separate browser and examine it and maybe change it so that it works.
Thank you for the URL, it works when you open in a separate window, but the mini-panel stays empty? Is that the behaviour you get?
The URL is:
I get an error message in the mini card that the HTTPS server does not allow the content to be shown within a frame. If I open it in a new windows, it works fine. Can this be related to a security setting on the LinkedIn site?
LinkedIn is shown in the mini card but the data on the marked person is not shown.
So i need to typåe the name manually.
An old thread, but, this is more relevant now I think.
In attempting to mimick this (SO 9.2), it seems as Linkedin has become far more restrictive. (also running this in chrome); It seems as if 'anything' running inside an iframe is a no-go, and variations what is called in web URL, and variations in the contact card itself, will, when 'show in separate window' cause an error.
(variations are over /in, with a known connection, as well as a firstname, lastname variable used.
Is this now something that is no longer possible in any variation, or has anyone successfully set this up recently.
There is nothing we can do when sites decide to use X-Frame-Options or Content-Security-Policy to stop their site from being hosted in a frame, iframe, embed or object tag.
It looks like linkedin is doing that.