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Hi everyone, I have a user wanting to embed a page from an external site into a Confluence page using the iframe tag. However it's unable to load the page "getting refused to connect error"
I can successfully load an internal Confluence page using the iframe tag but nothing from an external site.
Could this be a firewall issue or is the site the user is trying to load is disabling iframes?
Here's the code used inside the HTML macro
<html> <body> <h1>CDI HUB Servers Page</h1> <p><iframe src="https://internal.testqa.zbion.com/apps?server=CDI_HUB" height="500" width="500"></iframe></p> </body> </html>
Hi @MikeA ,
Welcome to Atlassian community.
Yes, this can be due to firewall. Have you tried to add the URL to allow list and check? If not I would test that first.
Also, I would recommend you to go through this article and make sure you have all the required html macros enabled.
I hope above information helps. Have a good day!