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iframe macro postmessage - resize iframe, dynamic height

Wondering if there is a event listener on confluence cloud which listens for messages sent from embedded iframe to resize them?



- I wish to use iframe macro to embed some page

- I do not know width and height of iframe upfront

- I do control iframe content


idea here is to make something like: 

window.postMessage('resizeMe', {...}, '*')

 inside iframe so confluence can resize it, but can not find is there such listeners available

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Aug 06, 2019

Hi Alexandr, 

I don't know if you still need an answer to your question. 

It does not seem to be possible by default to manage iframes dynamically as you need to. But, you can build your own macro that manage dynamically iframes, with the Dynamic Content Macro
In fact, there is a function in this module which to be able to resize dynamically a content which is called in the macro (AP.resize(w,h)).

I hoe this will help you. 


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