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PostPosted: 8. Apr 2016, 15:39 
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Hi there - Very happy with my Advanced iFrame Pro purchase, especially since I can now relay parameters!

My current shortcode looks something like this:
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[advanced_iframe securitykey="xxxxxx" src="http://xxx:7778/chat27/irc.xxx.org:+6697?nick={usermeta-first_name}&#Chat27Beta" width="100%" height="600"]


My old iFrame code allowed me to set the iFrame height the a percentage of the viewport height like this, and it was perfect for my needs:

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<iframe name="chatpanel" src="http://xxx:7778/chat27/irc.xxx.org:+6697?nick=xxx&#Chat27Beta" marginwidth="1" marginheight="1" scrolling="no" border="0" frameborder="0" width="100%" style="min-height: 400px; width:100%; height:80vh;"></iframe>


How would I apply the same kind of formatting to the shortcode? The below doesn't seem to want to suffice ;)

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[advanced_iframe securitykey="xxxxxx" src="http://xxx:7778/chat27/irc.xxx.org:+6697?nick={usermeta-first_name}&#Chat27Beta" width="100%" height="80vh"]

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PostPosted: 8. Apr 2016, 16:10 
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vh is a css style. Therefore you have to apply it with style="height:80vh;"

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PostPosted: 8. Apr 2016, 16:12 
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Ah! Got it to work!!! I changed the shortcode to (removed the height value):

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[advanced_iframe securitykey="xxxxxx" src="http://xxx:7778/chat27/irc.xxx.org:+6697?nick={usermeta-first_name}&#Chat27Beta" width="100%" ]


And added this to the Style field under the Advanced iFrame Pro Basic tab:

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min-height: 400px;height:80vh;

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PostPosted: 8. Apr 2016, 16:20 
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TinyWebGallery wrote:
vh is a css style. Therefore you have to apply it with style="height:80vh;"

Best, Michael


Thanks Michael! worked like a charm!!!

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