Adding Trusted Domains

You can add as many trusted domains to a group as you need. By adding a URL as a trusted domain, it will be considered an approved site and can be displayed in your published output. For example, in one of your Flare topics maybe you have inserted a link to an external website within an IFrame. Without setting that domain as trusted, the site might fail to display due to certain security policies (see Security Headers and Trusted Domains).

Permission Required?

For this activity, you must have the following permission setting:

For more information about permissions, see Setting User Permissions.

How to Add a Trusted Domain

  1. On the left side of the interface, click Sites.
  2. Select the Security tab at the top.
  3. Make sure you have added a trusted domain group, and click it on the left side of the page to select it.
  4. On the right side of the page, under Trusted Domains List, click in the Add Domain field and enter the domain (e.g., https://madcapsoftware.com). To help avoid cross-site scripting attacks, adhere to the following guidelines when completing this field.

    Host Only allow resources to load from a specific host, with optional scheme, port, and path.

    Examples  

    example.com

    *.example.com

    https://*.example.com:12/path/to/file.js

    Scheme Only allow resources to load over a specific scheme; it should always end with a colon.

    Examples  

    https:

    http:

    data:

  5. Press ENTER or click to the right.
  6. Click Save. Any domains that you add are now listed on the right side of the page.

What’s Next?

After you create a trusted domain group and add domains to it, you can associate that group with a site, and this will be shown in a column on the Sites page. See Creating Sites and Editing Sites.