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Embedding Rti viewer into Wordpress

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Searching the forums all of the options for viewing rti format images from within WordPress seems to have stalled years ago. 

I've just got the WebRtiviewer installed on my server and it works well on a static html page. 

Looking at the source code of the static page there are a number of links to things like spiderGL directories etc and then a simple container script to launch the rti file into the viewer. 

Has anyone had success porting this html code into a WordPress page? It doesn't look too difficult but I'm failing at the moment lol

Regards

Kev

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Simple grammar error

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On 8/25/2018 at 8:46 PM, leszekp said:

You can embed it in a WP page using an iframe tag.

Example:

<iframe src="http://swvirtualmuseum.nau.edu/wp/RTI/Powell_Watch_2.html" width="600" height="640" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe>

 

View the result on this page:

http://swvirtualmuseum.nau.edu/wp/index.php/national-parks/grand-canyon-national-park/rti-gallery/

Thank you leszekp, that's exactly what I wanted :) I didn't consider putting another html page into an iframe but it works nicely 

http://www.photosbykev.co.uk/2018/08/22/rti-imaging-baby-steps/

regards

Kev

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