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Web Process Element in Classic CommonSpot


Selecting the Web Process Element

The Web Process element is in the "Miscellaneous" category of the Element Gallery.


Using the Web Process Element

Once placed on a page, you "Click here to define the Web Process element," and you will see a dialog that permits you to specify the URL (with login ID and password, if it is password-protected), the proxy server if one is needed, and the update schedule.

CommonSpot will access the URL you have specified, strip off the HEAD segment from the start of the file through the BODY tag, strip off the /BODY and /HTML tags and anything that follows them, and insert the remaining HTML at that point in your page.  You cannot edit that content, except by changing the update schedule or other Web Process element properties.