I want to embed my Symbaloo webmix directly onto my webpage but can't seem to get it to work! Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Here is an example of a Canvas page I made with a Symballo embedded in it.
The embed code I used was unchanged from what Symbaloo provided me as shown below.
<iframe frameborder="0" noresize="noresize" src="https://www.symbaloo.com/embed/online395?" name="_symFrame" width="920px" height="600px"></iframe>
One thing that I did notice was that if you do not click on the orange "Share My Webmix" button at the bottom of the Share Webmix Window then you get embed code without a source UR and that won't work. See below:
<iframe frameborder="0" noresize="noresize" src="?" name="_symFrame" width="920px" height="600px"></iframe>
Hopefully this points you in the right direction!
PEGGY, I preface my remarks by saying that I've never used Symbaloo; it looks cool, though.
I viewed this video on the Symbaloo site--How do I embed my Symbaloo webmix into my blog or wiki? – Symbaloo FAQ & Contact support--and took a quick look at the embed code that Symbaloo generates. From that quick glance, it appears that all of the code is compatible with the Canvas HTML Editor Whitelist, so that doesn't seem to be the issue--but you might want to double-check the code against the Whitelist to be sure, because the Canvas RCE will strip out any incompatible code, and the embed will not function.
I also wondered if the embed code generated contains an http: rather than an https: link (which would give rise to an External or "insecure" content: Strategies for helping students cope) issue--but again, the video seems to show that the link included in the embed code is indeed https:, so that's fine as well. Nevertheless, it's worth checking to see if your browser is generating an "insecure content" warning (in the address bar) when you save the page.
So if neither of those are the impediments, I'm stumped, and would be very interested in hearing others' ideas.
Retrieving data ...