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Relative page links in IE11
by Lars Halkjær - Tuesday, 7 February 2017, 7:09 PM

I have a course in which I have inserted a graphics component and in the body text of this component I have inserted a link to the next chapter (another page in the course):

    Click <a href="#/id/57d9968b1f2aa67804051064">here</a> for the next chapter.

When I run the course from a normal website the link is resolved as:


And when I make a SCORM package and load it into SCORM Cloud the link is resolved as:


Both works - except for in IE11...
In IE11 the first link is ok, but the latter freezes the course and makes the page unresponsive.

Does anyone have a similar experience, and maybe found a solution to this?

(the course is made uing AT v. 0.3.0 and FW v. 2.0.16)

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Re: Relative page links in IE11
by Matt Leathes - Wednesday, 8 February 2017, 12:00 PM

Hi Lars

Strange, that should work fine - in particular I can see no reason why it being on SCORM Cloud should make any difference. When I find some time I'll give this a go myself, in the meantime yes somebody has reported a similar issue and someone replied with a workaround - in this post.

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Re: Relative page links in IE11
by Lars Halkjær - Wednesday, 8 February 2017, 2:41 PM
Hi Matt
I tried making an absolute minimum course, just with 2 pages and a text component on each, the first having a link to the next.
This did not have the problem, so there must be another factor.
I have made a copy of the course with the problem, where I will try removing things until the problem goes away, to find the discriminating factor.