EventEditor chops "http:" off of webpage plugin src.
I just tried using "http://www.google.com" as the
src attrib for the webpage plugin on
http://mozillapopcorn.org/maker. Inspecting the
src tag of the resulting
it attempted to visit "//google.com" instead.
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I cannot get google or even github to work in an iframe in the most basic case.
I can get other pages to work, even without the http: as demonstrated in the above fiddle.
We remove the http: on purpose, and it should not be causing the problem.
Any other ideas?
1.it appears the only thing i can find working on this project is add a video
2. plugin webpage not working
3. flickr only works until i put in my on image
4. save doesn't work. only get code does
5. image plugin doesn't work
maybe this should be alph apha apha alpha, instead of alpha
does anyone no of a program that will
1. load video for example from: dailymotin-bliptv-video - popcorn does
2. load a wepage with timeline - as popcorn does
there are a lot of programs out there as knowledgevision but they want you to host on there website at a very high price.
if you don't know of a program can you suggest a programmer that can writethis for a fee.
i live in honduras and thinking programmers don't exist here
Thanks for your feedback, Paul.
Consider asking questions here, where they're more generally visible: https://groups.google.com/group/web-made-movies-working?hl=en
I'm sorry you're having trouble with Popcorn Maker. It's very much a work in progress.
Be careful though: as Scott pointed out, you won't be able to access webpages like yahoo or google with the popcorn webpage plugin -- they're blocked on the server end.
Furthermore, if you can paste your code from "get code", we can examine it further and try to help.
thanks i have tried my own website it isn't blocked by dreamweaver- empress -powerpoint
but is blocked by popcorn . as with yahoo i get a serve reset notice.
my website is http://www.bablau.com
I'm not critical of any free project that looks as great as popcorn. i shouldn't have expressed my disapointment so strongly.
To get it to work, my parameters looked like this:
Target Container: Area1
Nothing wrong with some critical feedback. It is how we get better.
i really do appreciate your patients and help. it works!!!
i really made an uninformed mistake. i was putting the http: code in the id form. i thought it was the right place since it displayed web can't be displayed server rest.
perhaps in the help this should be explained for novice as i.
again thanks for you patients and help
Browser local storage is less like regular file storage, and more for internal use of a website.
So, we can setup popcorn-maker to store data that only popcorn-maker cares about, and not something that can be accessed outside of popcorn-maker.
It allows state of popcorn-maker to be kept between closing and re opening the webpage.
Probably what you are looking for is export.
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