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using in a widget - HTML "iframe"

  1. I have tried to put in the widget TEXT/HTML the phrase" <iframe src="http://fb.viplus.co.il/ViplusIFrame.aspx?sid=356791010&w=220&g=0" height="190px" width="220px" scrolling="no" style="border:1px solid #D8DFEA;"></iframe>. Once added it was changed automaticly. How can I use the commanf "iframe" in the widget or should be a replacement?
    Blog url: http://doronshafrir.wordpress.com/

  2. I'm sorry but as our blogs here are not free standing and are all on the same multiuser blogging platform there are code restrictions. We cannot use iframes for security reasons and the software will strip that code out. http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/ What is this iframe for please? Perhaps we can provide a workaround or another widget.

  3. Thank you for the quick reply. the "iframe" command supplied me by the automatic delivery service I use. They use it to create a registration box in my blog. Is there any workaround.

  4. You can create a static page and place a contact form which you can customize on it.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact-form/

  5. You can also put that code in an externally-hosted webpage like a Google Doc and link to it from your blog.

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