Embed An Issue On Your Website As An iFrame

Embedding Your Publication on Your Website Using an iFrame

1. From your dashboard, click "Link & Widgets"

2. Select "Publication Name"

2. Select "Publication Name"

3. Select "Issue Name"

3. Select "Issue Name"

4. Locate the section titled “DIRECT URL:” and select the URL you would like to use.

4. Locate the section titled “DIRECT URL:” and select the URL you would like to use.
Note: The “This Issue” link will take anyone who clicks on it to the particular issue chosen in step 3 every time the link is followed. The “Autoupdating URL” link will take anyone who clicks on it to the latest active issue of the publication selected in step 2.
<iframe src ="http://[yourdomain]/publication?i=12345" width="100%" height="100%">
  <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
</iframe>

Additional Notes

You can adjust the height and width of the IFRAME by adjusting the "width=" and "height=" values.

To force the viewer to kick out of the iframe and work as expected, add "&noframe=1" to the URL:

http://[yourdomain]/publication?i=12345?&noframe=1 

The parameter works in all cases. It is up to the publisher to design their website to detect mobile and optionally use the parameter as necessary.

If you'd like to embed the publication in an iframe and use elements within your own HTML page you can control the function of the viewer within the page rather than use the built-in toolbar. Please review this page for more information. 

Disclaimer: The examples shown here are for illustrative purposes only. You will need to modify these examples to fit your own implementation. You should also test your implementation in a mobile environment to ensure that it behaves as expected.