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Inserting an iFrame

You can add embedded content, such as webpages or videos, to an iFrame by referencing a URL to the content. An iFrame is an object that is embedded in a frame within a webpage.

  1. Create or edit a blog entry or a wiki page.
  2. In the Entry field, place the cursor where you want the iFrame to be displayed.
  3. Click the Insert iFrame icon in the editor toolbar.
  4. Enter the following information about the iFrame:

    • URL: Web address of the content that is embedded in the iFrame.

    • Width: Width of the iFrame in pixels.

    • Height: Height of the iFrame in pixels.

    • Align: Alignment of the iFrame relative to adjacent objects. The options are Left, Right, Top, Middle, and Bottom.

    • Enable scrollbars: Specify whether to display scrollbars in the iFrame.

    • Show frame border: Specify whether to display a border around the iFrame.

  5. Click the Advanced tab to specify more properties of the iFrame:

    • ID: A unique identifier for the iFrame.

    • Style: CSS style definitions. Separate each value with a semi-colon; separate individual properties with spaces.

    • Style sheet Classes: Class of the iFrame. Separate multiple class names with spaces.

    • Long Description URL: Address of a webpage that contains a detailed description of the content of the iFrame. Use this attribute to help visually impaired users.

  6. Click OK to add the iFrame to the entry.

Parent topic: Using the rich text editor