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Embed I-frame source codeAsked by pammadore on January 09, 2016 at 07:46 PM
I am a real beginner with all this code stuff. I use blogger. No problem. Active Rain. Nope. So many other places, I have a hosted wordpress and several that aren't hosted. I have two websites hosted by Keller Williams Really.
How do I know when one to use? It seems to be hit or miss. Sometimes I can get it to work and sometimes not.
Not consistent. How do I know which one to use? In what situtaion.
I think what I am confused about it is the terms "embed" and "I-frame" when
they seem to be used interchangeably or even together. Just above you say
*iframe embed code *of the form and use it to embed
I will read the manual but will still be back if I don't get it.
Embedding is the means to which you can attach the form to the website where you want the form to appear. Meanwhile, an iFrame (inline frame) is an HTML document that is attached (embedded) inside a website. So iFrame embed means to attach the document (which in this case is the form) to the website using an iFrame.
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