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I have tried time and time again to hardcode an <iframe> into one of my Sharepoint 2010 pages. It looks brilliant until I save and close, when I do sharepoint removes any trace of an <iframe>.

My Question:

Is there any way to force sharepoint to allow iFrames? If not is there an alternative and how would I go about doing it?


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To help other answers... how do you added the IFrame? Designer, content editor etc? – SPArchaeologist Nov 29 '12 at 15:43
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Take a look at the Page Viewer web part ( ). It uses an iframe.

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