Interaction with Web Page Widget

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I am trying to use the web page widget to load a web page and have users interact with the page. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but so far no interaction is working. I can't scroll, I can't click or tap. I have the widget set to Allow Interaction and Allow Scrolling, so now sure what else I need to do at this stage.

Originally I was working with Multi-Page Presentations, but due to their complexity, I was attempting to create the page from scratch and simply play it through Rise Vision. A recommendation that I read somewhere else in the forums.

Thanks for your help,
Joe Kirchner

P.S. It works in Preview fine, I am using a Microsoft Surface Tablet, which handles Multi-Page Presentations fine.
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It sure sounds like a player problem not a rise platform problem. If allow interaction is on, it should just work. I did this very thing to build a temporary kiosk and it worked great. I used the Windows 10(pro) player on a HP touch screen computer.

Just to be clear, are you saying you installed the rise player on the surface tablet or that's what you used for preview?
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Hi AdGators, 

In the Presentation properties can you make sure hide mouse pointer isn't clicked, that might solve the problem.

Thanks!
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That was it, thanks for the help Shea. I think I was working too late on this last night, because that's a check-box I should be familiar with. I appreciate the easy fix.
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Joe,

Could you please confirm Shea's suggestion above and let us know?

Thanks!
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Joe, this is beside the point, but have you tried jQuery for multi-page presentations?
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jQuery is out of my range, but I understand how it would work just as well as multi-page presentations. I've seen your example of a jQuery Presentation and it works very well. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Joe, if you can work your way around basic HTML then jQuery is not out of your range. It is really simple, but of course you need to learn how this basic framework works. It took me a week and this resource helped me alot: http://www.w3schools.com/jquerymobile/jquerymobile_pages.asp