We use a browser based program that allows us to run other websites as a frame* within the program. I'm interested in using Confluence as a knowledge base that would run as a frame in this other program. I've found that some websites allow this, and some don't. Will Confluence allow it?
*I am not a programmer so I do not know if I am using the word "frame" correctly, technically speaking. But hopefully you know what I mean.
I'm not sure how this program works, but, If your users will access it from another location and Confluence is available outside your network, it should not be a problem.
I've found this for Jira, but nothing for Confluence, so I assume it work well: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-20988
Update: I've just performed a test with my personal domain, and using URL Frame pointing to an external Confluence. It worked fine.
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