You can create an HTML document to create a new dashboard. When you choose to create a new HTML document, the HTML Document Editor opens. The HTML Document Editor has two panes:
You can also display the Object Browser in the HTML Document Editor by choosing Object Browser Pane from the View menu.
HTML document views
You can work with HTML documents in the following views:
When you run an HTML document from Desktop, the report links and hyperlink drill paths appear to be enabled. However, you cannot view the report details or click the hyperlink drill paths to get the details of the report data at different levels. If you click on a report link or a hyperlink drill path, the browser page opens and displays "Page cannot be displayed". The report links and hyperlink drill paths work only when you view the document through MicroStrategy Web.
When you select an object in the HTML Document Layout pane, you see the following report characteristics in the lower part of the document content section:
You can modify any of the report characteristics by right-clicking the report in either the HTML Document Content pane or in the HTML Document Layout pane.
Since HTML documents can be viewed interactively using MicroStrategy Web or delivered to external sources using MicroStrategy Narrowcast Server, URLs and file paths must be constructed correctly. When HTML documents are viewed using MicroStrategy Web, the Web server that is transmitting the document can process relative URLs. This is not the case when HTML documents are delivered to users and viewed from external sources such as a mail server. These external sources can resolve only fully-qualified URLs, not relative URLs. A fully-qualified URL specifies the resource name plus all the subdirectories, the domain name, and HTTP or HTTPS.
In contrast, a relative URL is a local URL from which certain information, such as directory names, is omitted. It is relative because the URL is only valid relative to the URL of the current resource.
To avoid HTML documents that contain broken links, it is important to follow these rules:
The HTML tag called base sets the base URL for relative URLs in an HTML page. An example of this tag follows.<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>HTML Page Title</TITLE><BASE href="http://www.microstrategy. com/"></HEAD>
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