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Flip Sos
Posted Sep 24 - Read on Facebook

I just implemented an iFrame into an framer project to load some external content.
main.html = "<iframe src=\"http://www.someexample.com/\" width=\"640\" height=\"960\">
</iframe>"
Unfortunately Framer Studio opens that link on every edit in your default browser.
Any other way to integrate external html files into framer?

5 Comments

Koen Bok

Hmmm yeah. Are you looking to emulate a browser or something?

Flip Sos

Yes in that case I was. But many scenarios come to my mind. Like embedding a google map, soundcloud widget and so on. I didn't want to bloat the framer file with all the html/css. How else can I achieve this? Creating a div in framer via main.html and then populating that via JS from the index.html?

Koen Bok

Nope, I have to enable it in the webview. Just thinking about what the default behavior should be and how to override it...

Riccardo Zecchini

I also ran into the same issue. I'm embedding a map from Open Street Map using an iframe but then it's nearly impossible to use the editor, everytime I refresh, it opens the link in the browser. (I'm not building the iframe directly in Framer, I'm populating a div with an external script)

Nick Kutateli

Koen Bok Has this been resolved? Running into the same issue. Trying to embed a 3d model using an iframe.

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