Embedding external content is possible in three ways. Entirely dependent on the complexity of the embed.
Via the drop-down menu in the settings you can choose from three methods:
1. Add External Embed Code
For example, you want to post a Twitter or Instagram post in your page. On the relevant website, you copy the embed code and paste it in the settings of the panel. Within the placed frame you can now see the embed loading. The frame is not automatically placed in the correct format. An external embed code is always an iFrame where we have no control over the content. If you want to place a piece of code yourself, it is also possible to place JS or HTML directly. Note that this is injected directly into the page. This can, therefore, result in conflicts with Maglr code. Pay attention to what you do, we can not guarantee the success of this.
2. Add HTTPS Link Embed Code
Do you have a form on an external website that you want to use in your publication? Then embedding a link is the easiest method. Enter the HTTPS link of the page you want to embed. Then you place the frame in the correct format. Note: this is only possible with https links.
3. Upload your own HTML Content (Advanced)[Request FTP Access]
This makes it easy to maintain more complex forms with separate assets. With an FTP client of your choice, you connect to the Maglr server. In the root, it is possible to create a folder inside the standard /upload/ folder. When switching back to the Maglr Pro editor, you can then choose this folder in the settings drop-down menu. The embed option then looks for an index.html inside this folder. You determine the content structure of this folder yourself if the index.html is only on the root level.
Note: that this option is made for simple static forms or calculation tools. It is not possible to work with PHP or MySQL databases. If you want to use PHP/Databases, we recommend the second option. If you update content via the FTP you will see this directly in your publication. Note that an iFrame (where the embedded content is loaded) sometimes suffers from the cache. Sometimes you have to reload twice to see the updated content. To use the FTP option you can request access through Maglr support.