I know this has been asked before but I have looked at every answer (there aren't many) and none help me.
The issue I am running into is dealing with certificates with my schools e-mail service. The links for the two e-mail services are here:
Main school e-mail:
Computer Science e-mail:
University student portal (Marauder Mail button on the right doesn't open when clicked in my UIWebView)
At first neither of the websites would load in my UIWebView using a standard NSURL and NSURLRequest. I looked
on the web for a solution and someone suggested using the NSURLProtocolClient delegate methods. After
implementing them, my UIWebView will now load the schools mail e-mail ONLY when I have a button that when
clicked opens the link directly, as opposed to trying to access the mail from the portal site (3rd link above), and it
still never loads the computer science e-mail link. I have scoured the iOS help sites, posted questions, tried
multiple open-source custom UIWebViews, but I have not found anything that works.
Most answers I have read around the web point to ASIHTTPRequest. I have tried this but I cannot implement it right, it doesn't load the links in my UIWebView; here is my code for how I am loading a link:
mURL = [self getURL:viewNumber]; ASIHTTPRequest *req = [ASIHTTPRequest requestWithURL:mURL]; [req setDelegate:self]; [req startSynchronous]; //NSURLRequest *req = [NSURLRequest requestWithURL:mURL]; //urlConnection=[[NSURLConnection alloc] initWithRequest:req delegate:self]; webView.scalesPageToFit = YES; //[webView loadRequest:req];
Code in comments is how I load a link without ASIHTTPRequest.
Any help is appreciated!
Also, I have another issue with my UIWebView, link is below. I haven't had any answers so if you're bored please check it out:
UIWebView doesn't detect text box on website