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Testing with An iFrame

tl 08-26-14

Testing with An iFrame

Hey Guys,

 

I'm wondering if there's any reason I shouldn't be able to insert an iFrame with Optimizely as I can't seem to get the iFrame to display in the editor or preview.

 

It might sound kind of crazy but basically I'm looking to create a test varition for part of a page with Unbounce (http://unbounce.com) and then insert an iFrame in the part of a page that I'd be looking to test using Optimizely.

 

The reason I'm looking to do it this way is so that I can create a great looking design, which Unbounce makes easy without our dev team, and then test that. If it's successful I'd go back and have our dev team build it.

 

Thanks!
Jon

tl
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GrazittiI 08-27-14
 

Re: Testing with An iFrame

Hi Jon,

Good Question!

Optimizely allows you to add iframes.
If you are not able to display your iFrame code, there might be a chance that it is due to Loading Mixed Content Error.
It occurs usually when we have conflict of http:\\ and https:\\ in the webpage url and iframe url.

You can fetch more details from here:
https://help.optimizely.com/hc/en-us/articles/200179074-Pages-not-loading-in-the-Editor-troubleshoot...

Hope this works!

Re: Testing with An iFrame

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nm, doing something similar, making a new thread