We want to include this map on our Webflow site; which has not yet been published to its URL since it is still in development and will replace an existing site.
Webflow site: https://nwpc-va.webflow.io
Map Embed Code: < iframe src=”https://embed.kumu.io/404d5fa865922b5fc8eccda37301f2b5″ width=”940″ height=”600″ frameborder=”0″>
This is what we want to embed: Kumu
Many of the embed topics were from 2020 and I am wondering if things have changed with the update.
I added a section and I added a Contained in the Section and then added the Embed code
Here is my site Read-Only: **LINK**https://nwpc-va.webflow.io
(how to share your site Read-Only link)
IFRAMEs haven’t changed much since the asteroids wiped out the dinosaurs- except in the area of content security. Browsers more strictly isolate IFRAMEd content so that it cannot affect the containing site, and vice-versa. Scripts and CSS cannot cross the IFRAME boundary unless the IFRAME origin matches the containing page’s origin.
Kumu appears to simply iFRAME the whole thing.
Overall that’s not a problem because your content fits and responds well.
However Kumu’s popup bar needs some vertical height to look good and be effective. You’ll want to size your IFRAME accordingly, so that this works OK for you at different breakpoints.
I’m getting conflicting behaviors on mobile; sometimes the popup is to the left, sometimes it’s below the content, so check that especially.
Your best approach is probably to set a class on the HTML Embed, and size it according to what you want at each breakpoint. Then for your IFRAME code inside the embed, set the width and height to 100% to fill that container. That gives you some degree of responsive control over the space the IFRAME will occupy.