Good-day, i'm new to web development and i've ran into an issue with Live streaming Live T.v from Filmon.
I'm using sqaurespace as a platform if that helps.
Also i've gotten an link i don't know if this helps but:
<frameset rows="1,*" border="0" bordercolor="000000">
<frame src="" scrolling="no">
any ideas? if u need more info please let me know, Thank you in advance
<a href="http://www.filmon.com/?affid=60561Yx" >MAKE LINK TEXT HERE</a>
Frames are deprecated and should not be used. Use an IFrame in the body instead.
haha! i'm sincerely grateful Thank You, think i need to adjust the window now, its a tinie tiny screen lol.... i think thats within the code where it says border right? or do i need to speak to my platform that i am working on about that?
Set the width and height of the IFrame. Something like:
<iframe src="http://www.filmon.com/?affid=" width="800" height="450" scrolling="no">
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Originally Posted by jedaisoul
okay it did got better..... but its not streaming anymore... just a white space
Did you put the AFFID in? Also, you may find setting the width and height 100% is better...
<iframe src="http://www.filmon.com/?affid=60561Yx" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no">
Thank you so much for your help, it was still small after i put in 100% so i basically just but 1075 width and 920 height i had to put yes for scrolling instead of no to be honest when i did everything began to work wonderfully. Again i Thank you i appreciate your time. Big up yourself.
dont use Frames rather use Iframes, but i guess Iframes concept is also older and Internet Explorer's old versions doesn't support Iframes too.
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Hi there Bry,
for a completely full page "iframe element
", code it like this...
<title>Live streaming T.V.</title>
Livestream, formerly known as Mogulus, is a live streaming video platform that allows users to view and broadcast video content using a camera and a computer through the internet. It offers a free ad-supported service and multi-tiered premium services.Livestream also offers wireless HD broadcasting in the form of a device combination called Livepack, described as "a satellite television truck in a backpack.
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