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2007-11-12
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Tour question

Is there a way to embed a tour into a webpage without having the tour pop up?
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2007-11-14
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Kevin D, as a newbie I found the easiest way for me to put a tour on a webpage was to use Iframe instead of HTML. All I have to do is insert the published address of the tour into Iframe of the page I want it on and then republish the page and it's done.


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2007-11-12
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This is a joke right? It's been asked everyday by newbies for a week.

Use the search feature and you will find your answer.

Same Question Here

Again Here

How about Here

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2007-11-12
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Sure,

Try this example - http://www.cajunpalms.com/temp/index.html

Instead of using the javascript code supplied on the page
<a title="#" onClick=javascript:window.open("http://www.cajunpalms.com/temp/cajun_palms_index.html",'_blank','status=yes,top=0,left=0,width=806,height=640');><img src="http://www.cajunpalms.com/temp/index.jpg" border=0></a>

Just link directly to the page that already has the tour embeded in it

<a title="http://www.cajunpalms.com/temp/cajun_palms_index.html">
<img border="0" src="http://www.cajunpalms.com/temp/index.jpg" width="475" height="377"></a>

or simply

<a title="http://www.cajunpalms.com/temp/cajun_palms_index.html">
Click Here to view Tour</a>


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<<<This is a joke right? It's been asked everyday by newbies for a week.>>>

Hmmm, Guess that explains why I answered it - Ive been on Vacation for a week! Wish I could go back already :)


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