Fail to embed website


#1

I think this worked the first time I tried it (on both Chrome and Opera (mac). using the template and substituting web url. No love. What stupid mistake am I making?


#2

Don’t think we can help without seeing the code.

Could you please put your code here on JS Fiddle?


#3

Sorry interrupted mid post and did not include. Couldn’t figure how to use JS Fiddle so screenshot–nothing but the recommended embed code with my blog url plugged in.


#4

Is this about the PowerPack or the vanilla Dynalist? Dynalist itself doesn’t support embedding websites. I thought you were talking about embedding a Dynalist document in other websites, sorry for the confusion.


#5

Yep, PowerPack. I also can’t get the PP shortcut for embedding to work; add link and add bookmark shortcuts do work. Not a big deal, am getting this straight before I really have a burning need to embed a website, but aggravating I can’t figure out what to change to make it work like it should.

Stop the presses: just found a space before frameborder that did not belong. Removing it makes the embed work. Will keep tweaking with the keystrokes part of it, but for now, false alarm. Maybe.


#6

Glad to know it’s resolved!

Next time it’s probably better to mention @Piotr, post under his topic, or at least mention you’re using PowerPack so we’re on the same page. Thanks!


#7

I have no idea why you have so many problems with spaces, this is really weird, both theoretically - your iframe code is just copied as a whole and appended to website, and this code can have additional spaces in any place - and practically - on my machine it’s working with multiple spaces in any place.