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Posted: 07/15/2014, 10:24 PM

I am looking to display a CSS application inside Joomla 3.X. The CSS application does not have any security etc its just a searchable list. Is there anyway to wrapping the CSS application?
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Posted: 07/29/2014, 1:14 AM


Yes you can do it, you have to add a menu "External content" (maybe in english).
You specify the url of the external content (ex: ./yourproject/CCS5/DIR1/NewPage1.php)
You specify the width : 100% and the height : 100%. of the page.
It will not work directly, you have to edit the com_wrapper file components/com_wrapper/views/wrapper/tmpl/default.php and place
in the code of the iframe.

For security, in the index file of your template, you can record the session id of joomla in a cookie and test it in the common file of codecharge.
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Posted: 09/10/2014, 10:16 PM

Hi jekes,

Thanks a lot of this idea. Took a bit of messing about but the iframe now works just as I want. The issue that I was facing was 100% height does not work and I need to specify in pixels what the height needs to be. Also rather than use the wrapper link I found that embeding the iframe code in an article worked better. For this I had to removed iframe as a prohibited tag from my editor.

Now that I got this working I am going to look into integrating joomla security

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