Adding an iframe to a Mambo page
In this article I'm going to explain how you can easily add an iframe to one of your Mambo pages.
An iframe element allows you to embed a remote web page into another page. This is great if you want to display content from another website within one of your pages, but you didn't want to just include a remote link to it.
Add an iframe to a Mambo page
Following the steps below, I'll show you how to add an iframe to an existing Mambo page.
- Login to your Mambo admin dashboard.
- Hover over Content from the top menu, then click on All Content Items.
- Click on the title of the page you'd like to add your iframe to, in this example I'm editing the Welcome to Mambo! sample page.
- In the editing toolbar, click on the HTML icon to enter HTML source mode.
- Below the content that is already there, I'm going to be placing an iframe to our support site with the following code:
<iframe width="500px" height="450px" src="http://inmotionhosting.com/support/team"></iframe>
Then click on Update, when the pop-up HTML code window closes, up at the top-right click on the Apply icon.
- Now if you go and view the page you edited, you should now see the iframe pulling in content from a remote page successfully.
You should now understand how to add an iframe into a Mambo page so that you can include remote content from another website into your own.
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|2.||Inserting an internal link in Mambo|
|3.||Adding an Image to a Page in Mambo|
|4.||Adding an iframe to a Mambo page|
|5.||How to create a contact form in Mambo|
|6.||Using Captcha in Mambo|
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