Follow these simple instructions to integrate your 360 view on your Joomla page.
Once you have created a view, by uploading images to your Fotoproto project, embedding your 360 views on your Joomla website is an easy click and paste task. Follow the steps below to complete the embedding process.
- Log in to your personal Fotoproto account and click “360 view generator” in the top menu.
- Select the 360 view you want to integrate.
- Click on the “copy link” button, the responsive raw HTML code is now automatically copied
- Paste the raw html code in your Joomla page
If the 360 view wont appear please try the following:
If you want to enter raw HTML in a Joomla! editor field, you may encounter problems such as tags and attributes disappearing after you save the item you are editing. This is usually caused by a filtering mechanism; either your editor’s or Joomla!’s.
On the Administrator panel, take the following steps to disable filtering:
- Disable your editor. Since each editor has its own filtering mechanism and it is not always possible to turn it off, disabling your editor is the easiest way of eliminating it as a possible source of the problem. Open My Profile from the Site menu, set Editor under Basic Settings to Editor – None and click Save & Close.
- Disable Joomla’s filtering. Open the Global Configuration from the Site menu and go to the Text Filters tab. Set the Filter Type to No Filtering for the user group that you are in – Administrator, Super Users, or both (this is site-dependent). Caution: Do not use the No Filtering setting for user groups that are not fully trusted – that would introduce a sizeable security risk.
You should be able to enter raw HTML in any editor field now. You may try to re-enable your editor to see whether it influences the process. If the editor does mangle the HTML you are trying to enter, consult its documentation to see if there is a way to disable its filtering.
In Joomla where the default text editor is TinyMCE: If that’s what you’re using, you may be able to make some adjustments to it AND keep your WYSIWYG editor.
Go to Extensions
> Search TinyMCE & click it
> Choose set 3 (or whichever set has “Super-Users” or your desired user group.
> Scroll down to Prohibited Elements
• * Remove “,iframe” or whatever text you need to stop being prohibited.
• * Save *
Always be wary of doing this. Users may intentionally or unintentionally (hacked accounts) post something malicious which could affect your guests.