If I replace http://www.atlassian.com/ by https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ it does not work. Is there a limitation ?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: How to put an IFrame into Confluence

If I replace http://www.atlassian.com/ by https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ for example, it does not work.

Is there a limitation to the type of pages we can display in an iframe ?

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Many sites do not really work in iframes.  It's a limitation of the way iframes work, rather than Confluence.

Thanks for your fast answer.

Do you know another way I could embed this kind of site into a confluence page?

 

The site you want to include needs to support being embedded in iframes.  Most sites simply don't support it properly, as they're designed to be used whole.

It's generally better to integrate than embed - pull only the information you need from the site and display it yourself.

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