How can I embed another site using iFrame but scale it so that it isn't as large in the iFrame box? The site is way too zoomed in... I have the page in a left column that can only be as wide as 400 so I'd like for the webpage within it to scale down at least 50%
I'm thinking I can enter something into "CSS Styles" box but I haven't a clue what to enter there.
You could try setting a specific width and height to your iframe, and then apply a scale transformation to it.
<iframe width="XXX" height="XXX" src="http://www.atlassian.com" style="-webkit-transform:scale(0.5);-moz-transform-scale(0.5);"></iframe>
Let me know if this helps.
Hey Shannon, thanks for helping! I tried entering your script into the "styles" box and it gave me the result as shown in picture '2'
Picture 1 is what I was able to configure just entering 100% width and 640px Height.
Picture 2 is 100% width and 640px and <iframe style="-webkit-transform:scale(0.5);-moz-transform-scale(0.5);"></iframe>
Picture 3 is what I would like it to look like instead.
I used the HTML macro specifically and I tested with this code:
<iframe width="800" height="600" src="http://www.atlassian.com" style="-webkit-transform:scale(0.5);-moz-transform-scale(0.5);"></iframe>
Now my page looks like this:
So with this, it shows the entire span of the webpage in miniature form. I think the only difference is I am putting pixels measurement for both height and width, so perhaps you can try that if you like the results I got?
Have a look at how to include iframe in Confluence since you will need to activate the HTML macro modules:
Sorry for not mentioning this earlier.
Let me know if you have any trouble.
No worries, but I think you could do the same thing in the add-on you were using. I just used this one because it's the only one I have.
The difference was that I set the pixel sizes for both height and width where you had previously only set the height and set width to 100%.
You could try that and if it doesn't work you can see if your admin will enable HTML macros for you.
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