What's an Iframe?
Iframe is a HTML tag that stands for inline frame.
In very simple terms, it's a way to insert a web page inside another.
You can adjust the way the iframe is displayed by entering a width and height via CSS (Cascade Style Sheets).
Note: AR adds a width of 300 pixels and a height of 150 pixels by default, but the CSS takes precedence over it.
Some websites may not allow to be added to an iframe.
How To Add An Iframe To An Active Rain Post
You can copy the code in Example 1 as a starting point - simply change the src URL to yours.
You have to enter the HTML code for the iframe in the post's HTML code - click <> in the editor tools area:
Then, enter it right after a closing "p" tag where you want it to display:
Example 1 (works)
Example 2 (does not work)
This iframe does not work because the Active Rain website is secure (https) and the web page being inserted via an iframe is not (http).
Only websites that are secure will work.