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L1 Bithead

Hello,

I would like to create an HTML template inside XSOAR (using a list) and adding a html image to it. I would like to know, if there is any local resource in where i can save the image and then import it in XSOAR, or it has to be done in a public url.

 

For the other side, I would also like to know if it is possible to render an HTML inside a layout.

 

Kind regards,

Sergio

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L0 Member

@upsers portal wrote:

Hello,

I would like to create an HTML template inside XSOAR (using a list) and adding a html image to it. I would like to know, if there is any local resource in where i can save the image and then import it in XSOAR, or it has to be done in a public url.

 

For the other side, I would also like to know if it is possible to render an HTML inside a layout.

 

Kind regards,

Sergio


You can use DisplayHTML or even a field of type HTML in your layout to display this html.

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L3 Networker
1. If you have saved an html as an html file, you can simply upload it to the Lists page. 2. You can use DisplayHTML or even a field of type HTML in your layout to display this html.

OH thanks, didn't know that, for the other side, if i want to include an Image in the HTML can I stored in some XSOAR internal folder and then call with a relative path, or shall I upload it to a public web and load the image based on this public url?

Currently, the only capability would be to pull the image from a public url. I would definitely submit a feature request for saving images locally on the XSOAR server as well. You can do so at https://xsoar.ideas.aha.io/ideas

L2 Linker

sgonzalez.

You can also add images to HTML via their base64.  I have worked with a customer that uses this and it works well though he HTML can get pretty long.  Here is a resource for the HTML base64 image rendering: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8499633/how-to-display-base64-images-in-html

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