If you are experiencing problems accessing or loading publications you may need to check that there are no browser plugins or extensions interfering with access to Calaméo. You might also need to check for anything that could be blocking YouTube (if you are experiencing problems with video) for example.
It may also be necessary to update your web browser to the most recent version.
This error means that you have a problem accessing Calaméo and loading publications. This could mean that a firewall, antivirus or content-filtering system on your network or computer is preventing your access to Calaméo.
We recommend checking that the following domains are whitelisted:
(You may also need to check that the header “HTTP Access-Control-Allow-Origin” is not removed by the proxy, and “OPTIONS” requests are not blocked by the proxy.)
This error means that there is a problem loading the viewer. If you encounter this error, please contact us immediately.
When encountering this error trying to load a viewer theme, this can mean one of two things:
- There is a problem accessing a default Calaméo viewer theme (in which case, refer to Error 910 for recommendations).
- Or -
- The viewer is unable to load or locate your own customized theme. For problems loading a custom theme, this could mean either that the URL of your theme is incorrect, or that Calaméo does not have access to your custom theme. For the latter, you must allow Calaméo access by placing a “crossdomain.xml” file containing the following text at the root of your domain:
<!DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM "http://www.macromedia.com/xml/dtds/cross-domain-policy.dtd">
<allow-access-from domain="*.calameo.com" />
You can also download the “crossdomain.xml” file here: