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May 28, 2020 at 7:41 am #1304998Alex
Hi! My problem is a weird one.
It only appears on my iPhone Xs, even after refreshing the cache, server cache and trying the website with three different browsers including incognito modes.
On the other hand, it seems to work on Android and my friend’s iPhone 8. It also works fine with all browser mobile previews.
It’s an embedded Microsoft calendar iframe, which just steps out of the container and extends the website width. I’m currently connected on my iphone and inspecting it through Safari inspector tools and modifying the browser CSS in realtime, but it has literally no effect.
Console is empty, and it’s almost like the CSS does not work at all on the iframe element.
The CSS code is fully visible on the website source code, and the iframe calendar is the last element of the website.
How it should look:
How it actually looks:
May 28, 2020 at 7:54 am #1305164DavidStaffCustomer Support
iFrames can only be styled by CSS if it is served from the origin server – you cannot overwrite those style locally.
What happens if you add the iFrame directly to the editor ? ie. no grids / or containers with extra padding ?May 29, 2020 at 1:28 am #1305984Alex
The iframe fills the screen, and overflows just a little bit. I tried modifying the inline CSS of the iframe tag to:
<iframe src="https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/DKPuhutaanpilvest@digikuu.fi/bookings/" height="100px" width="90%" scrolling="yes"></iframe>
After adding the new iframe directly to the editor without containers or paddings, and I reload the page on my phone, the inline CSS seems to work for a fraction of a second, and then turns full width again and overflows the screen.
Note: This only happens on my phone, I haven’t been able to replicate the bug elsewhere. On my friend’s phones the website works fine. I’ve tried refreshing all my browsers caches, tried with multiple browsers, refreshed servers cache, but still nothing.
EDIT: If you check out the link, you can now see that there are two iframes. One in the original spot, and one plainly added through the editor without any containers.May 29, 2020 at 4:00 am #1306134
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