how do I embed TinyWebGallery and WebCalendar

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bartonboley@yahoo.com / 34 Points
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2014-01-07 12:19 pm EST
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I've installed TinyWebGallery and WebCalendar onto my site, drill4waterequipmentleasing.com. I have simple HTML pages. I would like to embed these php apps onto the HTML pages instead of having them launch into their own browser.

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I am in the early development stage and are not committed to either of these pieces. Do you have any suggestions of other galleries and calendars that could be embedded?
bartonboley@yahoo.com
34 Points
2014-01-07 01:43 pm EST
Thanks, the iframe may just work fine. I'll dive in and see.
bartonboley@yahoo.com
34 Points
2014-01-07 03:11 pm EST
Perfecto! I can keep my simple, mobile friendly, html design, and accomplish what I need. My background is in MS FrontPage and Expressions, where I used frames. I'm new to DreamWorks. My site is a little old school html, but I wanted it mobile friendly with simple buttons and no drop down menus.

Thanks Jeff & Jacob.
bartonboley@yahoo.com
34 Points
2014-01-07 03:29 pm EST
Hello again bartonboley,

No problem at all! Glad we could help :)

- Jacob
JacobN
3,661 Points
2014-01-07 03:31 pm EST

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JeffMa
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2,083 Points
2014-01-07 12:36 pm EST
It doesn't appear that either of these pieces of software have a built-in function to embed them into your site, but it may be possible for a developer to custom code them in. You could also try using an IFrame but it wouldn't be the best way to go about it as it is causing a single page to load multiple pages.

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Hello bartonboley,

As Jeff had mentioned you can embed either of these applications using an iframe. I've gone ahead and copied your index.html file to another file called embed.html and went ahead and created an example for you.

The iframe code that you'd end up with would look something like this:
<iframe src="http://example.com/webcalendar/month.php" seamless="seamless" style="width: 100%; height: 715px;"></iframe>


You'll probably need to mess with the width and height to make it more seamlessly embed into your HTML page, but that's how you'd get the PHP scripts to show up on your HTML pages.

Please let us know if you had any further questions at all.

- Jacob
JacobN
3,661 Points
Staff
2014-01-07 2:13 pm EST
Jeff and Jacob were extremely helpful. This level of service makes me glad I chose webhostinghub for my site. I'll soon be creating another site and am glad I've found a host with this high level of support.
bartonboley@yahoo.com
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2014-01-07 3:42 pm EST
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