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Advanced iFrame

Include content the way YOU like in an iframe that can hide and modify elements and foreward parameters. You can also embed content directly.

19 reviews
Average Rating
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Amazingly complete ...
By ,

... works like a charm and the PRO version is worth every penny!

Does exactly what it should
By Plugin Author, for WP 4.1.1

Does exactly what described.

WORKS GREAT
By , for WP 4.1.1

I tried several other fixes to the iFrame problems in WordPress. I finally found this plugin, followed the directions exactly and it worked without a hitch!

However, I ran a security check from another site and it warned me about iFrames. But the plugin does what it says it will do!

Good plugin
By , for WP 4.1.1

Works good and easy to use because a default for all the iframe atributes can be set in the options

Awesome plugin to have
By , for WP 4.1

Good job!

Don't buy this not what you expect
By , for WP 4.0

Do not buy this plug in it is not responsive.

  • The only reason to buy the pro version is to get an iframe that is responsive on a smart phone
  • A youtube video on how to would be what the creator of this plug in should do.
  • if my post is still up the plugin still does not work I will take it down when it is fixed do not buy this
  • passing login username & password?
    By , for WP 3.9.1

    I am using a "portal" theme for a Rentals site in WP

    Each User registers for their own account. The theme sets the User level and access.

    I have a Calendar plugin that can be used by each registered User to create their own Calendars for their own Rental posts. The Calendar is tied to "Author" level and gives each User their own Calendar creation Administration panels.

    If I used your plugin I would want to embed the Iframe into the User Front End interface.

    But I want the Wp Admin windows to reflect the already logged in User session Username and password.

    The Wp-Admin window in the IFrame must show the same environment and privileges as the User would have had they logged in directly to the Wp-Admin login.

    I presume that I can pass this User's login Username and Password from their Front-End login back to the WordPress core Wp-Admin.

    How is this done with your Plugin?

    Gratefully,

    ViennaMex

    GREAT plugin, EXCELLENT Support, VERY flexible
    By , for WP 3.8.1

    AWESOME plugin. Very configurable and the auto height was a big saver for our purposes. Support was excellent and prompt. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone wanting full capabilities when embedding iFrames in WordPress.

    Thanks again Michael, you have done great work.

    --Windward

    Quick and Easy
    By , for WP 3.8.1

    Works out of the box!
    Thank you!

    EXCELLENT
    By , for WP 3.8.1

    The support is amazing

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