When setting up TikiWiki pages, there may be an occasion when you need to add an iframe to a page. TikiWiki has a built in capability to use iframes in pages. The following steps will explain how to enable and insert an iframe in TikiWiki.

Steps to add an iFrame in TikiWiki

  1. Log into TikiWiki.

    Edit the page you want to insert the iframe into.

  2. Insert the following code into your page.
    {IFRAME(width="600" height="500" scrolling="auto")}http://website.com{IFRAME}

    Add iframe code to page TikiWikiYou will need to supplement the http://website.com with the url you want your iframe to load.

    Click Save.


  3. Enable iframe plugin TikiWikiInitially, the iframe plugin is not enabled. You will need to enable it. You should see a "Plugin Disabled" warning. See image to the right.

    Check the Plugin iframe check box and click Set.


    Confirmed enable TikiWikiYou should have a confirmation saying "Preference wikiplugin iframe enabled".

  4. View details of iframe TikiWikiGo back to the page you inserted the iframe into and edit it. When visiting the page, you will get a notification that says, "Plugin execution pending approval".

    Click View details.


  5. Approve the iframe TikiWikiThe details of what is being inserted into the page will display. Click Approve.

    Page saved with iframe TikiWikiNow you will see the iframe display on your TikiWiki page.

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