# Display Network HTML Page in SharePoint 2013

I have an HTML file sitting on a shared network server:

SERVERNAME\users\public\Documents\Directory.html

When I put the above path (starting with ‘\’) into a web browser, the browser renders the HTML and the page is displayed as expected. Within SharePoint, I’m attempting to use the script editor to embed an IFrame and display the Directory.html page. (I’m opting not to use the Page Viewer as I’m told if you’re linking to a file, you must be using IE). My Iframe looks like below:

<iframe src="\\SERVERNAME\users\Public\Documents\Directory.htm"></iframe>


I’ve also tried:

<iframe src="file://\\SERVERNAME\users\Public\Documents\Directory.htm"></iframe>
<iframe src="file://\\SERVERNAME\users\Public\Documents\Directory.htm"></iframe>


No matter what source I use, the result is always an empty html frame. How can I get this page to load in SharePoint? Is there a setting I’m missing here? Note: SharePoint is configured to use http and I’m using IE for dev/testing.

<iframe src="http://www.bing.com"></iframe>


However I'm still unable to IFrame to the directory file

Edit - Adding screen shot below:

• Try creating an html file in your desktop and place IFrame to load the file from shared path. Just to make sure it works outside SharePoint or not. – Amal Hashim Mar 22 '16 at 18:00
• An HTML file on my Desktop will not load, I can browse to it via Windows Explorer and a web browser from other machines; but I can't embed it into a SharePoint iFrame or Web Part. How do I fix this? – slashNburn Mar 22 '16 at 21:16
• Most likely a Publishing site where SharePoint will take all URLs under source-control (so when you rename a SharePoint page/Change the URL all URLs are rewritten); alas this also applies to you file: urls... Check the page source code, if they are no longer written as file: .... you have a problem I can't fix either – Danny '365CSI' Engelman Mar 23 '16 at 7:56

It's easiest to use the Page Viewer web part instead of script edit. You can select "File" and enter your path: file://SERVERNAME\users\Public\Documents\Directory.htm