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How to disable content auto scrolling/zooming in iframe using raw HTML Add on.

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http://kekava.travel/lv/noderigi/info-stendi - inserted customized Google Map
http://kekava.travel/lv/ - inserted 3rd part vendor map from unique url

In both cases I used [ <iframe scrolling="no" ................ ], but it don`t work.

Meanwhile using GoogleMaps Add-on and setting scrolling = no , everything works perfect, but you can select only particular location, not customized map.

Please help.

3 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
probably you have to use more custom code there.
sorry but we are not here to help in customizations,
which are not related with our products.
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Why you cannot use Phoca Maps ? No problems, all is responsive, no scrollbars. Think out of the box. Beside it's free product from Czech developer.

Martins Karnitis

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
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Why you cannot use Phoca Maps ? No problems, all is responsive, no scrollbars. Think out of the box. Beside it's free product from Czech developer.


Thanks for advice! I managed with Phoca Maps, so far this: http://kekava.travel/lv/noderigi/is2
I used native Joomla article.

But, my first intention was to use only SP PageBuilder and it`s Add-on.


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