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Cameron Cruz
Cameron Cruz

Facebook Like Box White Background Iframe

The problem I'm having is that the inside content of the iFrame is white until the page itself loads, and the content has a different background color (blue, in this case). So I have these white squares on the screen until the contents load.

facebook like box white background iframe

Simpliest way to fix this to just not show the iframe until it is ready. That way you can set whatever background you want under the iframe. You set a background and prevent showing the iframe until loaded like so:

The loading attribute affects iframes differently than images, depending on whether the iframe is hidden. (Hidden iframes are often used for analytics or communication purposes.) Chrome uses the following criteria to determine whether an iframe is hidden:The iframe's width and height are 4px or smaller.display: none or visibility: hidden is applied.The iframe is placed off-screen using negative X or Y positioning.This criteria applies to both loading=lazy and loading=auto.If an iframe meets any of these conditions, Chrome considers it hidden and won't lazy-load it in most cases. iframes that aren't hidden will only load when they're within the load-in distance threshold. Chrome shows a placeholder for lazy-loaded iframes that are still being fetched.What impact might we see from lazy-loading popular iframe embeds? #What if we could change the web at large so that lazy-loading offscreen iframes was the default? It would look a little like this:Lazy-loading YouTube video embeds (saves 500KB on initial page load):

Anecdote: when we switched to lazy-loading YouTube embeds for, we saved 10 seconds off of how soon our pages could be interactive on mobile devices. I have opened an internal bug with YouTube to discuss adding loading=lazy to its embed code.If you are looking for more efficient ways to load YouTube embeds, you may be interested in the YouTube lite component.Lazy-loading Instagram embeds (saves >100KB gzipped on initial load):Instagram embeds provide a block of markup and a script, which injects an iframe into your page. Lazy-loading this iframe avoids having to load all of the script necessary for the embed. Given such embeds are often displayed below the viewport in most articles, this seems like a reasonable candidate for lazy-loading of their iframe.Lazy-loading Spotify embeds (saves 514KB on initial load):

I am using the reddle theme on my blog and want to be able to change the content background from solid white to a transparent version so the background image of the page shows through. I have the Custom design upgrade installed, but cant work out what css syntax I need to change that.

Hi there, you can do this by using RGB color declaration with an alpha channel transparency. Add the following to your custom CSS. The first three numbers, 255, 255, 255 are RGB value for white, and the last number, 0.7 is the opacity. 1 would be completely opaque and the closer to 0 you get , the more transparent. The first background declaration below is the fallback in case someone comes to your site and their browser does not support RGB alpha opacity.

While Messenger loads in the background, we record the iframe count as I previously explained, allowing us to detect whether or not the current user has been in contact with specific users or Facebook Messenger bots.

You could easily wrap div around the iframe and then allow people to set the text so it contrasts the background of the site. But no one actually though that through. This reeks of bad UI and poor design.

The buttons and the smart card fields are an iframe provided by PayPal and cannot be directly styled with CSS outside of the configuration provided by the plugin.The div in which the iframe is placed can be modified in some aspects though, including the background color. Did you give it a try with some basic CSS like this?

Recently we shared simple yet stylish floating facebook like box widget. Now we came with Another New Floating Facebook Like Box Widget For Blogger ! This will Floating Facebook Button when to move your cursor on it it pop out with stylish floating facebook like box. This will help you to increase facebook likes. You just need to put small code to your blogger blog. Currently this widget is only for Bloggeer/Blogspot blogs. We will soon share about WordPress in our next post. Now lets move to how you can add this in blogger I will show you How You Can Add Another New Floating Facebook Like Box Widget For Blogger?

Visit your Blog to see it floating facebook like box at the right side of your webpage. I hope this widget surely helps you in increasing number of your Facebook Likes. The widget code is customized and improved by Ammar.

You can also use a Page plugin to easily embed and promote your Page on your website. Facebook will build the iframe code that shows a feed of your latest posts. That way, visitors can like and share your Page without ever leaving your website.

The Microsoft Authentication Library for JavaScript (MSAL.js) uses hidden iframe elements to acquire and renew tokens silently in the background. Azure AD returns the token back to the registered redirect_uri specified in the token request(by default this is the app's root page). Since the response is a 302, it results in the HTML corresponding to the redirect_uri getting loaded in the iframe. Usually the app's redirect_uri is the root page and this causes it to reload.

Since the error message text defaults to white, you may want change that to be readable if you chose a light background color for errors. The following CSS will change the background color to pink and the text to dark red:

If your chosen color is very light you may also need to update --highlight-reverse too. This is the color of text that sometimes appears on the default blue and it defaults to white. So, for example, if your chosen highlight color is yellow, you may want to make this color something like black:

The enlarged fullscreen spin has a white background by default. You can change the background color with the CSS style sirv-spin-fullscreen. For example, to change the background to black, add the following CSS code to your HTML page:

So if we send a payload with url:'javascript:alert(document.domain)' to the _button.php iframe and the user click's the Continue With Facebook button javascript:alert(document.domain) would be executed on domain.

You can include certain elements, like background images and custom fonts, in your Mailchimp templates. Not all email clients support these elements, so we recommend that you thoroughly preview and test your campaigns before you send to your entire audience.

Please Note: The Diabetes Calculator for Kids will work on any webpage but it looks best on a webpage with a white background. The area on your webpage where you embed the calculator should be at least 660 pixels wide and 670 pixels in height.

Although Medium will not let you paste in HTML like our embed code, you can still embed Flourish visualizations in Medium posts. Simply paste the visualization URL on a new line, press Enter and Medium will automatically convert it into an iframe.

To get our YouTube video background centered, we use transform to apply a negative top margin of half the video's height, and a negative left margin of half the video's width. This will offset the iframe relative to the element (not the parent container) centering the YouTube video background vertically and horizontally.

We have applied the same CSS properties as we did on the iframe to center the text-div in the center of our webpage. You'll want to make sure that the text which is placed on top of our YouTube video background has high contrast so that it can easily be read.

Chiming in to say I'm experiencing similar issues to the ones Cory Craig and Jen describe upthread. Any word on progress and updates? It's particularly noticeable when the storyline block is full color and I use a HEX color for the block background, but honestly, it's equally obnoxious to have such a large amount of white space between the text block and the storyline block. I'm using Storyline 360 and Rise.

The problem is this: I want an iframe to be added to the HTML DOM when the user interacts with an element, in my case, a click on a button. I want that iframe to take up the entire page. From the user perspective, it would look like you actually travelled to a new page, or that a full width modal just opened.

Then, we are adding some styles to make our iframe take up the whole page, just like if it was a different page. Notice that we also set overflow: hidden on the body, to not be able to scroll the main page.

Ok, so if you now go to :3000 in your browser, and click on the Open IFRAME button. You will see the second React application take up the whole page inside its iframe. We're still on the port 3000 page. From the user, it doesn't look like an iframe at all though!

I will also give the list a white background, align every item in it to the center, and make the list items fixed with the left property set to 100%, so it will be taken out of the viewport (invisible).


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