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[iOS] Student | Webview renders blank for wiki pages that are loaded from an embedded iframe in canvas content

[iOS] Student | Webview renders blank for wiki pages that are loaded from an embedded iframe in canvas content

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This behavior is resolved in Canvas Student iOS 6.12

Known issues indicate notable behaviors that has been escalated to the Canvas engineering team. Known issues are not a guarantee for an immediate resolution. This document is for informational purposes only and does not replace the Support process. If you are encountering the behavior outlined in this document, please ensure you have submitted a Support case (per your institution's escalation process) so Canvas Support can adequately gauge the overall customer impact and prioritize appropriately.
Description


When embedding a document in a page on canvas, if the document has a link to another wiki page in it, the wiki page you linked to will show up blank in webview.

Expected Behavior


Instead the page should load correctly in webview OR it should not direct to a webview version of the page when the content is still inside of Canvas.

Workaround


No workaround exists at this time.

Steps to Reproduce

 

  1. Create a course with at least one teacher, one student, and two pages

  2. Create a Google Slide and add a link to Canvas page 1 in the slide

  3. Embed Google Slide in Canvas page 2

    How to get the full embed code for the slide presentation view in google slides

  4. In the Student app, click on the link within the slide.

  5. Notice the webview does not load for that page.

 

Additional Info


MBL-15197