How to prevent URL link to load in-app browser

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06-10-2015

Hello:

I have an app made with DPS2015 and I need some pages to be embedded within the article so I created an html file with a redirect like this

<html>

<head>

<META http-equiv="refresh" content="1;URL=http://tiendas.seccionamarilla.com.mx/tiendamercadazo/">

</head>

</html>

The issue here is that the links in this page open the in-app browser instead of letting navigate using the view displayed on the app. How can I prevent this behavior?

Saludos,
Leo

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09-10-2015

Hi Cristophe:

I have already created an HTML Article and packed with the HTML Article Manager but it is still opening the in-app browser everytime I click on a link. Behavior should be only going directly to the URL instead of opening the in-app browser.. Any comments?

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07-10-2015

Unless someone knows some code to change this behaviour, the best way to go about this is make an HTML article (through the HTML Article Packager - Digital Publishing Solution Help | Create HTML articles for DPS 2015‌) and have that web page as a DPS article, this would maintain the navigation you expect.