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    Is there a way I can embed one or two of my remote IP webcams into my site. I use DYNDNS to access the cams. Thanks

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    If you have the IP addresses you should be able to pull them into an iFrame. Alternatively you could code the html and use the Ctrl-T method to embed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franko View Post
    If you have the IP addresses you should be able to pull them into an iFrame. Alternatively you could code the html and use the Ctrl-T method to embed it.
    Thanks. I definitely have the IP addresses via dyndns.org. I'm not familiar with iFrame. Is this software or a service? Thanks again.

    Ken

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    iFrame = Inline Frame.

    Fusion 12 has a tool for adding iFrames to your site.

    Basically, iFrames are used to display a web page within a web page.
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    Thanks. So I have the webcam url in one of my pages but the camera requires a username and password. Is there a way to embed that info? Thanks again.

    Ken

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    That's outside of NoF. You'd be better off asking the supplier of the webcam service/software what is required to do that. Come back when you have that information and if it's a script we can tell you how to embed that in your page (I'm assuming you can't hand code HTML by your questions).

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