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== Add HTML frames ==
 
== Add HTML frames ==
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Inline frame is a visual HTML browser window. You can display online or offline content. Click '''Add IFrame''' to add it to your form.
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Inline frames allow you to add HTML content to your form. They can display online or offline content or execute JavaScript code with business logic. Click '''Add IFrame''' to add it to your form.
 
* Enter a '''Name''' of the IFrame.
 
* Enter a '''Name''' of the IFrame.
 
* Enter a '''URL'''. You can use the properties of your entity record in the URL, for example, <code>https://www.google.com/search?q={name}</code>.
 
* Enter a '''URL'''. You can use the properties of your entity record in the URL, for example, <code>https://www.google.com/search?q={name}</code>.
* Check '''Authenticate''' if you want to user the credentials of the current mobile CRM user to authenticate on the web site. This works for Active Directory CRM authentication only.
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* Check '''Authenticate''' if you want to use the credentials of the current mobile CRM user to authenticate on the website. This works for Active Directory CRM authentication only.
* Check '''Delay Load''' to load the web site (or offline HTML) when user opens the tab. When disabled, the web site (or offline HTML) loads as soon as the form opens.
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* Check '''Delay Load''' to load the website (or offline HTML) when users open the tab. When disabled, the website (or offline HTML) loads as soon as the form opens.
* '''Visible'''
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* Clear '''Visible''' to make the tab invisible (useful for scripts).
    
The buttons Browse and Manage are used for offline HTML. Click '''Manage''' to upload files, then click '''Browse''' to select one of the uploaded files that will be used as the URL. See [[Offline HTML]] for more information.
 
The buttons Browse and Manage are used for offline HTML. Click '''Manage''' to upload files, then click '''Browse''' to select one of the uploaded files that will be used as the URL. See [[Offline HTML]] for more information.

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