Probably the most advanced but very simple to use
<iframe> plugin for Bubble. An
<iframe> element allows to "embed" an external website to the Bubble app.
Please note that some websites disable the ability to be shown in an iframe on an external website. As a quick example, you can't render google.com in your iframe.
Change the url dynamically without page reloads
YouTube mode to embed URL of a YouTube video
Set iframe's width/height dynamically
Scroll bar control (show / hide)
iframe's "sandbox" attribute control to securelly embed external pages (
allow-same-origin etc). Recommended for advanced users
Plugin fires events (when URL is invalid) so you can add custom error handling
Install the plugin, add an "iframe" element on your page, provide a URL and you should be able to see the external page embedded into your app!
For an advanced usage see below.
Sandbox attribute applies extra restrictions to the content in the frame.
Allows for downloads to occur with a gesture from the user.
Allows the resource to submit forms. If this keyword is not used, form submission is blocked.
Lets the resource open modal windows.
Allows popups (such as window.open(), target="_blank", or showModalDialog()). If this keyword is not used, the popup will silently fail to open.
Lets the sandboxed document open new windows without those windows inheriting the sandboxing. For example, this can safely sandbox an advertisement without forcing the same restrictions upon the page the ad links to.
Lets the resource run scripts (but not create popup windows).
Lets the resource navigate the top-level browsing context (the one named _top).
People navigating with assistive technology such as a screen reader can use the title attribute on an to label its content. The title's value should concisely describe the embedded content
Add an ID attribute to the iframe
Space-separated iframe classes. Example: "myclass1 myclass2"
Do not show alerts
Remove the default plugin alert popups (when the provided URL is not correct)
Choose this option if your URL is a YouTube video. This will automatically add some YouTube-specific attributes
"Incorrect URL" event: fires when the provided URL is not correct. In combination with the "Do not show alerts" field it allows you to build a custom error handling (show an error message in a different language etc)!