I have page with 20 modals and every each of them opens an iframe with youtube video in it. The problem is that the page is painfully slow because of it. Do you have any suggestions how can I fix this? Another thing is that I’m getting this error:
There are many solutions out there on how to make youtube/vimeo autoplay a video but they don’t seem to work on a local video:
We are quoting on a website rebuild that involves us taking a current website, doing a new design for it and then rebuilding it within Business Catalyst (Adobe’s Content Management System).
I created a web site that shows the directory list in the server. In backend all the directories are getting indexed and shown in an another webpage called dirpage. So I used an iframe in mainpage to show the content of dirpage. The mainpage and dirpage are working great. But when the dirpage is shown in the iframe, the content overflows. The iframe width is limited to the
<div> width. The problem is the iframe overflow is taking a new line to show the content.
Here is the main page.
I am creating a website, where the user can create objects.
The objects are then stored in a list.
The user can see the list of created objects.
I have an iframe, I make it small using scale, the size of iframe is changed, but the body of the page is as big, as iframe was (vertical scrollbar). Am I doing something wrong?
A possible fix would be to avoid using Keys in the Positioned widget (L: 42) but this would cause the internal state of the HtmlElementView (or other displayed items such as videos) to reset their state as they are actually disposed.
I want to add event when click on text in iframe. This iframe created after the document has loaded. After created, there is document object
#document created in iframe element. In this code, the click on text in iframe could not be catched.