Sunday, December 2, 2012

HTML Field Security option in SharePoint 2013




In this blog we will discuss about another new feature of SharePoint 2013.

Also check my previous articles on Friendly URL in SharePoint 2013, improvements in word in SharePoint 2013, Browsers supported in SharePoint 2013.

SharePoint 2013 now comes with a feature known as "HTML Field Security". Through this feature a site collection administrator can control what content is allowed to embed within the iframe. It can restrict what contributors can embed in site pages.

Here an administrator can define the domain names from which a contributor can add contents.

Below is an example through which we can add a new domain to the HTML field security.

First go to Site Actions -> Site Settings, From there navigate to the Site Collection Administration.

From the Site Collection Administration click on HTML Field Security link, which is absolutely new in

SharePoint 2013. This will open the HTML Field Security page.

Then select the radio button Permit contributors to insert iframes from the following list of external domains into page on this site. And add the domain name in the box "allow iframes from this domain", google.com and then click on Add.

You can check some new features in SharePoint 2013.


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