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  • #146164

    Michael
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    On my site I have a link to my piwigo gallery, which opens a new tab.

    I’d prefer that the piwigo gallery open inside the WP page (i.e. so WP top and bottom menus etc still show. Just unifies the site appearance.

    Is this possible? If so, how please 🙂

    #146168

    Skandha
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    @landyvlad: Please post in you site URL so that I can look into the issue.

    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

    #146216

    Michael
    Participant

    My site: http://www.landyvlad.net

    The link to ‘Piwigo Gallery’ in the menu opens a new tab taking visitors here:
    http://www.landyvlad.net/piwigo/

    #146495

    Michael
    Participant

    Any ideas, or is there no way to accomplish this?

    Would <iframe src=”http://externalpage/” width=”800px” height=”800px”></iframe>
    work or is iframe not best practise nowadays?

    #146529

    Skandha
    Participant

    @landyvlad: I guess <iframe> tag should work fine.

    Let me know if the issue persists.
    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

    #156088

    dexter234
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    oEmbed is the most recent format for embedding. Its Programming interface enables you to share content by essentially sticking the URL of any resource you need to embed without the requirement for code.

    It’s brisk and simple to utilize because of the WordPress’ support for the format. Simply insert link to a video or tweet directly into a post or page and it will be naturally implanted for you with awesome outcomes each time and no compelling reason to for additional CSS styling.

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