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Juan Escobari
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RV320 Restricting required Web Features

Dear Support Community:

I'm having some issues running the Cisco RV320 content filter.

I have added a list of "accepted allowed domains". Among the list I have sites such as Ebay.com and StackOverflow.com that, when accessed, show up with no format. No general rules to restrict web features have been enabled.

Also, all hosts have HTTP and HTTPS access to any IP address.

What could be causing the sites to show up with no format?

Thanks for the help!

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I hope that "no format" means that webpage is without styling, CSS formatting and probably without JS scripting or images. This is because they are hosted on different domains than main webpage. For example CSS styles (responsible for webpage formatting) of ebay.com site are located on "ebaystatic.com" domain. This meas that you have to enable ebaystatic.com static as well in order to get ebay.com portal to have formatted.

In general this is known concept used by many bigger companies to have static content (CSS, images, JS) separated/hosted on dedicated domains/hosts and whitelisting main web domain name is just not enough to have it really enabled.

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mpyhala
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Juan,

I'm not sure what you mean by "no format". Can you post a screenshot?

- Marty

I hope that "no format" means that webpage is without styling, CSS formatting and probably without JS scripting or images. This is because they are hosted on different domains than main webpage. For example CSS styles (responsible for webpage formatting) of ebay.com site are located on "ebaystatic.com" domain. This meas that you have to enable ebaystatic.com static as well in order to get ebay.com portal to have formatted.

In general this is known concept used by many bigger companies to have static content (CSS, images, JS) separated/hosted on dedicated domains/hosts and whitelisting main web domain name is just not enough to have it really enabled.

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Yes sir!

No styling is what I meant.

This helps a lot. Thanks for the answer!