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  Public Ticket #2738955
Making iframed pages look good in Salient
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  •  4
    Ben started the conversation

    Hi, I was wondering if there were any standard or easy ways to control how good an iframed page looks in Salient using the builder or some other sustainable method. 

    I'm hoping to find a way to make it so that the iframed page feels natural on the salient page and is missing the scroll bar if possible. 

    p.s. Loving the new release of v13!!! You guys are amazing! 

  •  5,652
    Tahir - SUPPORT replied

    Hey Again,

    I am afraid there is no such generic method to handle iframes. Let us know what exactly you are trying to achieve so we may help with Custom CSS..

    Thanks 

  •   Ben replied privately
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  •  5,652
    Tahir - SUPPORT replied

    Hey Again,

    I cant seem to view the Page Builder in here: https://clean.ls21staging.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=10&action=edit . 

    Please set the Row Type to "Full Width Content" and use the "Full Height" Field as well. 

    Thanks 

  •  5,652
    Tahir - SUPPORT replied

    Just adjusted the Row Settings and saved the page. Please check now.

    Add this into the Custom CSS box in your Salient Theme Options panel (We write all Custom CSS in the Live Browser to ensure accuracy. If you cannot see any changes, make sure there is no red cross in the Custom CSS Box as any syntax error would cause all CSS under that line of code to not show up on the Frontend):

    iframe#frmTest {
        height: 100vh !important;
    }

    Thanks

  •  4
    Ben replied

    Thank you so much. I will test it and review and let you know if I have any questions. Appreciate your help!