February 9, 2016
New: Embed Pageflow stories via iframe
You can easily embed Pageflow stories via iframe. Just use the following code and paste your account name and title of your entry:
<iframe scrolling=”no” src=”http://accountname.pageflow.io/title/embed” allowfullscreen onmousewheel=””></iframe>
Pageflow automatically generates and shows this code on the entry’s overview page:
Size of iframe
To modify the size of your iframe just add width and height (in % or pixel). Please notice that Pageflow switches to its mobile navigation at a width minor 700 px. The mobile navigation button will then be displayed instead of the desktop navigation bar.
<iframe width=“xy %” height=“xy px” scrolling=” no” src=“http://accountname.pageflow.io/title/embed” allowfullscreen onmousewheel=“”></iframe>
How an embedded Pageflow can look like, can be seen in this example:
“Luxemburger Wort” – World Press Photo 2016
-> VIEW STORY (English version)
-> VIEW STORY (French version)
Configure Share Buttons with your own URL
Since the update to 0.10.0 Pageflow allows you to configure the Share Buttons with your own URL. This is recommended, if you embed stories via iframe into your website. Just click on “Title & Options” and them on “Social” to type in your own URL. If this window stays empty, Pageflow will link to your published story automatically.
Please note: This service is a special offer to all journalists and publishers, that are using the hosted Pageflow service for their Scrollytelling projects and is possible via our domain pageflow.io.
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