We've made it. Works fine in 5.3.1 and 4.2.3
Macro body processing: no macro body
## Macro title: My Macro
## Macro has a body: Y or N
## Body processing: Selected body processing option
## Output: Selected output option
## Developed by: IT Solutions Dep
## Date created: dd/mm/yyyy
## Installed by: My Name
## @param URL:title=Url|type=string|required=true|desc=Enter include URL
## @param width:title=Width|type=string|required=true|desc=IFrame width (% or px)
## @param height:title=Height|type=string|required=true|desc=IFrame height (% or px)
## @param id:title=ID|type=string|required=true|desc=IFrame ID
<iframe src="$paramURL" height="$paramheight" width="$paramwidth" id="$paramid"></iframe>
I developed a macro like this, but am having trouble displaying two iframe macros on a page (even with unique div ids, and even though they show in preview). Is this a problem you have also encountered?
Why don't you want to use Adaptavist's iframe macro? You could create a user macro that creates an iframe, but why would you want to re-invent the wheel?
Have you tried it on 5.3 yet? Often times it only says it is not compatible because the author hasn't updated the listing to say it is compatible. I could very well still be compatible and with what it is doing (not using a lot of framework stuff) I would imagine it still works.
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