WebView.AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty WebView.AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty WebView.AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty WebView.AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty Property

Definition

Note

AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty is not supported in apps compiled for Windows 8.1. Instead, update the ApplicationContentUriRules section of the app manifest. For more info, see the Remarks section.

Identifies the AllowedScriptNotifyUris dependency property.

public : static DependencyProperty AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty { get; }
static DependencyProperty AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty();
public static DependencyProperty AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty { get; }
Public Shared ReadOnly Property AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty As DependencyProperty
Property Value

The identifier for the AllowedScriptNotifyUris dependency property.

Remarks

Windows 8.1

AllowedScriptNotifyUrisProperty is not supported in apps compiled for Windows 8.1. To enable an external web page to fire the ScriptNotify event when calling window.external.notify, you must include the page's URI in the ApplicationContentUriRules section of the app manifest. (You can do this in Visual Studio on the Content URIs tab of the Package.appxmanifest designer.) The URIs in this list must use HTTPS, and may contain subdomain wildcards (for example, https://.microsoft.com) but they cannot contain domain wildcards (for example, https://.com and https://.). The manifest requirement does not apply to content that originates from the app package, uses an ms-local-stream:// URI, or is loaded using NavigateToString.

Windows 8

These remarks apply only to apps compiled for Windows 8, even when running on Windows 8.1.

To enable an external web page to fire the ScriptNotify event when calling window.external.notify, you must include the page's URI in the list returned by the AllowedScriptNotifyUris property. Set this property to AnyScriptNotifyUri to indicate that any page can fire ScriptNotify events for this WebView control. This requirement does not apply to content loaded using the NavigateToString method.