10 Replies
Sarah Stillings

I'm having a similar issue with trying to embed a Microsoft form, but I'm not seeing an obvious issue with the code: 

<iframe width="640px" height= "480px" src= "https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=BYs79lczuUO8gCMHgnUuS1QR4hO6tBFBkLAC3xHdkZ9UMk5DWDFIQVo4NEhUTlpIRFRCNk41U09XMS4u&embed=true" frameborder= "0" marginwidth= "0" marginheight= "0" style= "border: none; max-width:100%; max-height:100vh" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen> </iframe>

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Sarah, 

Were you trying to add it to the URL/Embed lesson type? I tried copying/pasting what you shared and saw the error message, but I was able to use the link itself inside this embed:

<iframe src="https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=BYs79lczuUO8gCMHgnUuS1QR4hO6tBFBkLAC3xHdkZ9UMk5DWDFIQVo4NEhUTlpIRFRCNk41U09XMS4u&embed=true"></iframe>

Also, here's some more info on resolving the error with the Embed code. 

 

Edith Olexiuc

Hello,

When I try to embed this site http://www.mdrd.com it does not work, I wonder if it's because the embed code automatically changes the site url to start with https instead of http. This is my embed code <iframe src="http://www.mdrd.com"></iframe> but when I press enter to embed it changes to <iframe src="https://www.mdrd.com"></iframe> automatically.  Any help will be greatly appreciated.

OWEN HOLT

The site has specific code it is looking for. Try using the iFrame code created by your destination url:

<iframe id="/tours/wMVgLPn1KI" allow="vr;accelerometer;gyroscope;fullscreen" allowfullscreen frameborder="0" width="100%" height="500" src="https://app.cloudpano.com/tours/wMVgLPn1KI"></iframe>