jonathan_m — 2014-07-29T11:15:53-04:00 — #1
I know the iframe and its functioning. But the problem is that it includes all the site into the frame. You can implement a series of solutions (partial solutions) to display a certain part, but the reality is that all the website is behind the code.
Is there any way to display JUST the element I want. Imagine a slideshow, or a module showing images, etc.
frank_conijn — 2014-08-02T12:27:35-04:00 — #2
From a page on another domain?
jonathan_m — 2014-08-04T05:38:39-04:00 — #3
Thanks for replying.
No, from a page in the same page.
To provide more details, it is an static page with a CMS inside. I need to display a div from the CMS on the home page, which is static. To be even more specific, a certain module.
Thanks for any help.
frank_conijn — 2014-08-04T22:12:21-04:00 — #4
Doesn't including a CMS div by through an iframe make matters unnecessarily complicated, in terms of making the CMS functional? What would force you to take the difficult road?
In fact, I don't see how you could update the contents of a mother page through a CMS div in the child, i.e. 'iframed' page? Or would it just be a dummy show case?
bluedreamer — 2014-08-05T04:14:37-04:00 — #5
Create a template in your CMS that just shows the content you want (no header/footer etc)
Use an iframe in your static page then call the template page from your CMS...
etceteraetc — 2014-08-12T09:40:37-04:00 — #6
pdxsherpa — 2014-08-12T10:53:05-04:00 — #7
if you were using php you could use the include or require statement.
place some thing like this in the spot where you wish to include the material