WebWorks Reverb
WebWorks Reverb can now be viewed directly from your computer’s file system or from a running web server. This means that you can use this format to deliver online help as part of a non-networked help system. However, in order to provide Reverb’s social-media capabilities (i.e. commenting, likes) to your end-users you must deploy the output to a system that is running a web server. Then your end-users must access the content via an http or https url. If you do not have a web server, you can configure IIS on Windows or any other available web server software. For more information on IIS, consult the following resource.
When you are using ePublisher to generate WebWorks Reverb, ePublisher includes a viewer that you can use on the computer where you installed ePublisher to view the WebWorks Reverb output you generated using ePublisher.
Configuring web server for Reverb
If deploying Reverb output to a public web server that has X-FRAME-OPTIONS configured, make sure that for HTML pages this header is not configured as follows:
X-Frame-Options: DENY
Instead it should be configured as:
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN
Reverb browser requirements
Reverb requires the following browser WebWorks Reverb has been tested on the following platforms:
*Internet Explorer
Note: Reverb 2.0 requires version 11.
*Microsoft Edge
*Mozilla Firefox
*Google Chrome
Please refer to the WebWorks wiki for an up-to-date list of supported browsers: http://wiki.webworks.com/Permalinks/BrowserSupport