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is there anyway i can make my iframe zoom ONLY when users view my page using their mobile devices?

Sure – you can use the device detection. Please check the help tab for examples.

Best, Michael

Hi … great looking plugin … very nice work! ... just a quick question on “Lazy load when the iframe is loaded after the parent page is loaded”

Does this mean the iframe will only load after the parent page is completely loaded (2 separate events) ... or is it a synchronous event?

Is it possible to delay the iframe load … so for example only loads 5 seconds after the parent page has fully loaded?

Many thanks in advance

The lazy load feature can improve this by loading the iframe only when needed and can be configured in several ways:

The iframe is loaded when it is visible
The iframe is loaded after the parent page is loaded
The iframe is loaded manually

So you can also configure a offset in pixels above the iframe when the loading of the iframe starts. A time ofset is not usefull in my opiion as you never know how fast the user scrolls.

I’m struck using url_forward_parameter with standalone version. Can you show an example. Following is the code

$doc = $_GET['doc'] . ".pdf";
$subfolder = $_GET['folder'] . "/";
$iframeStandaloneOptions = array(
   'id' => 'example1',
   'name' => 'example1',
   'src' => 'demo1.php',
   'url_forward_parameter' => "subfolder=".$subfolder,
   'url_forward_parameter' => "doc=". $doc,
   'width' => '800',
   'height' => '600',
   'enable_lazy_load' => 'true',
   'show_iframe_loader' => 'true'
);

I understood how to do that.

:).

Can I pass internal php variables, like session key, with url_forward_parameters? If yes how do I that?

url_forward_parameters is something completely different! It parses the url of the parent and add the parameters you define to the iframe.

Please look at the documentation of the src parameter. There you find internal Wordpress variables you can use (e.g. user name …). Having a session id in an url is never a good idea ;).

Best, Michael

Hi there,

What happens to a the referrer when iframed, say, Facebook => MySite (iFramed). Or any site as the starting site?

Does the iFramed site see the Facebook referrer?

What happens if my site is https:// and the iFramed site is http://? Does the iFramed site see the referrer?

What happens if I need to rotate various IFramed offerings rotating from my https:// site to iFramed pages within the same https:// site and the iFramed site is http://. Does the iFramed site see the referrer?

Thank you,

Jeff

The referrer of the iframe is the parent page!

If you site is https and your iframe is http the http site is blocked as this is not allow by all major browsers. See: http://www.tinywebgallery.com/blog/iframe-do-not-mix-http-and-https

Thanks. On an https:// is there a way to make a few pages that I plan to iframe into http:// pages?

Can the destination page (the page iframed) ever see the original referrer?? I do not want them to see it!

Thanks,

JEff

See my blog post. https pages inside http does work but is not optimal for the reasons I wrote in my post.

About the referrer I cannot give you any guaranies. I just tested FF and Chrome and both show the parent.

Best, Michael

What IP Address is Passed to the iFramed Page?

For example, if the iFramed page is a lead generation page of an affiliate, what IP address is passed to the affiliate? Is it the users IP or my Site’s IP?

My concern is that the affiliate needs to see each IP for each lead as unique. If all IPs are showing from my site then it looks like each lead is not from a unique person.

If it is my site’s IP, is there a way to show the User’s IP?

Thanks,

Jeff

IP: Depends which parameter is read. If it is the cone from the client it is the one from the client.

Best, Michael

I I wanted to make this page: http://rncareers.org/lpn-bsn-option-1/ fully responsive and act like the iframed page, would I use the WordPress or the Standalone version?

If the stand along version, do you have the blank HTML or Page code I would use to make it work?

What parameters would I need to use, can you provide the shortcode using http://rncareers.org/lpn-bsn-option-1/ as an example?

Thank you!

you did not answer my question at wordpress. unless i am missing something it is set at 100% by 100% according to the code above and the result isn’t fully responsive.

HOW IS YOUR PLUGIN GOING TO HELP ME RESOLVE THIS ISSUE? I AM LOOKING TO BUY IT, BUT IF IT CAN’T RESOLVE THE ISSUE WHY WASTE EVERYONE’S TIME?

IF IT CAN RESOLVE THE ISSUE,THEN HOW? THE WP or STANDALONE VERSION? AND WHAT SETTINGS?

Thanks,

Jeff

This is what it looks like when I have your plugin at 100% x 100% settings: http://rncareers.org/lpn-bsn-option-3/

How is that different than the 100% x 100% that is in the code above?

Can you plugin in Free or Paid help me? How and with WHAT settings?

Thanks,

Jeff

Can you please stop double posting all your questions on 2 different websites.

I will answer your questions here.

I took a deeper look in the code above. This only works IF you have nothing else on the page AND you have only set 100% height and 100% width! This is not enough!

First I need to know what you mean with responsive! because you post examples for a fullscreen solution! This are 2 completely different things. The fullscreen solution can be responsive but I don’t know if you want this!

And the question about Worpress or standalone I have answered in my first post: Wordpress is the one for you.

Best, Michael

is there any shortcode for adding styles? i want to add margin-top

anyone?

See the basic tab

style=”margin-top:10px”

Best, Michael

Quick question I am trying to make a WordPress-based content into a progressive web application. When I access a iframe through the web application of my website, it shows as grey, would this be an issue with your plugin or the plugin that allows my website to be converted in to a web app?

thanks

I don’t understand what you mean exactly. Have you checked that the page can be viewed in the iframe. Have you checked the page with: http://www.tinywebgallery.com/blog/advanced-iframe/free-iframe-checker

or do you mix http and https pages?

Best, Michael

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