|The content for the Dynamic Display system specified by URLs – web pages. The content is also called "Channels".|
Good ContentThe sort of content that can be used in the Dynamic Display system is:
Content that may, someday, be usablePowerPoint Presentations. Showing PowerPoint presentations is a very desirable sort of content, but the machinations necessary to make this work on our Linux-based displays is not stable enough to recommend here.
Content that can never be usedThe sort of content that cannot be on a Dynamic Display is anything that requires user input, for example:
Discouraged Content: Adobe FlashFlash-based content is still out there, but it is becoming rarer. See this off-site summary of why.
Long ago, YouTube was all Flash, and sometimes Linux browsers ask for the Flash version of videos. We see this a lot in the ROC-West. Some versions of FireFox require that the user okay the use of the internal Adobe Flash player prior to showing YouTube videos. No work-around has been found to this problem, although if you "OK" this once, it will stick for a long time.