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  • Joomla & iframes

    Things to check to allow Joomla articles to contain iframe html elements:
     
    1. If you're using the MCE editor:
      1. Under Extensions, Plugins, Editor - Tiny MCEremove the iframe element from the Prohibited Elements field.
    2. If you're using the JCE editor:
      1. Go to Components, JCE Editor (Pro), Profiles, {Default} profile;
      2. Select Plugin Parameters, Media Support;
      3. Under Standard Parameters, set Allow IFrames to Yes.
    3. If you're using the RSFirewall plugin:
      1. Go to Components, RSFirewall, Blacklist/Whitelist and add a whitelist item of the IP address that needs to add the iframe element.
      2. OR
      3. Go to Components, RSFirewall, Exceptions;
      4. Add a new exception with the following options:
        • Exception Type: Component
        • Use Regular Expressions: No
        • Match: com_content
        • Skip PHP Protections: No
        • Skip SQL Protections: No
        • Skip JS Protections: Yes
        • Skip Upload Protections: No
        • Reason: Allow in content
        • Published: Yes
      5. For more info: https://www.rsjoomla.com/support/documentation/rsfirewall-user-guide/frequently-asked-questions/scrambled-tags-iframe-becomes-i-frame.html