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PostPosted: 11. Nov 2016, 13:14 
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hai, iwant to iframe this calculator form to my wordpress page

Show only a part of an iframe zoom for the calculator form only and hide menu and footer

http://www.perodua.com.my/calculator

what is the code to make it done and the setting in TWG


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PostPosted: 11. Nov 2016, 13:20 
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hai, iwant to iframe this calculator form to my wordpress page

Show only a part of an iframe zoom for the calculator form only and hide menu and footer

http://www.perodua.com.my/calculator

what is the code to make it done and the setting in TWG


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PostPosted: 11. Nov 2016, 13:59 
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TWG? you mean advanced iframe pro?

Please use the are selector in the administration (advanced tab -> Show only a part of an iframe) and select the area you like.
Why do you need to zoom?

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PostPosted: 12. Nov 2016, 17:58 
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Okay i done...

But there a way how to make it responsive?
Look like it not responsive

It is possible?


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PostPosted: 12. Nov 2016, 18:25 
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Do you have access to the calculator? Means are you able to use the external workaround?
Than a perfect responsive solution can be done (using responsive iframe + auto height).

If not you could use the zoom
http://www.tinywebgallery.com/blog/advanced-iframe/advanced-iframe-pro-demo/show-only-a-part-of-the-iframe/show-only-a-part-of-an-iframe-zoom
But than the responsive calculator is not really used but zoomed.

A better solution would than be to use the internal browser detection and setup different view ports depending on the device. There you also should use zoom but at least for smaller resolutions the responsive version of the calculator is used.

If you don't have access a more advanced solution with media queries is also possible but for this you need quite some css knowhow. So if you are a frontend developer this may be an option for you. But I have not setup a demo for this yet.

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PostPosted: 12. Nov 2016, 21:40 
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I dont have any accesc to the loan calculator.

But i just done embed on my homepage..for the loan calculator..

http://peroduadealer.com

How to use this option..using area selector on your plugin


A better solution would than be to use the internal browser detection and setup different view ports depending on the device. There you also should use zoom but at least for smaller resolutions the responsive version of the calculator is used.


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PostPosted: 12. Nov 2016, 21:55 
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You mean use the zoom at responsive layout for the calculator


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PostPosted: 12. Nov 2016, 22:46 
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Can you use the external workaround?

And is the calculator a permanent site?

I maybe use this for an example and then you can copy it.

Best Michael


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PostPosted: 12. Nov 2016, 23:11 
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Yes permenant site


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PostPosted: 13. Nov 2016, 12:10 
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Can you answer my first question? do you have access to the calculator page that you can use the external workaround?

Best, Michael


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PostPosted: 14. Nov 2016, 05:46 
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I have done? TQ.. solve it responsive now

http://peroduadealer.com/

just put iframe show full mode


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PostPosted: 14. Nov 2016, 11:23 
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So you use zoom now?

I have setup an even better way yesterday on my local system. This works really nice.
I'll add this demo tonight to the site.

Best, Michael


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PostPosted: 14. Nov 2016, 21:55 
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Please look at:
http://www.tinywebgallery.com/blog/adva ... iframe#e55

This is my solution. Decrease the browser size and you see that at the break point that the iframe is enlarged.

Best, Michael


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