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1 Sep 15, 2008 01:38    

My b2evolution Version: The latest stable version available.


I've searched the widgets and the forum and couldn't find what I'm looking for, so have to assume it's not there.

I'd like to request a plugin/widget or something that makes it possible to wrap pages. At the moment you're able to create blogs and static pages (using html). What I would love is a wrapper that wraps an external page in such a way that it includes an external web page into my B2Evo.

I've got loads of pages, forms and other stuff that I want to include in my new website but I don't want to copy the HTML code into a static page or blog. I just want to include the whole page as a link to the source website.

That's it.

Please let me know if I haven't made myself perfectly clear.

Best regards,


2 Sep 15, 2008 23:40

hi and welcome to the forums CharmedONE..

nice touche.. i even needed exactly this earlier and ve mentioned it but then i ve figured out how the skins work and how to call a single page and it went off being a problem for me..

but the thing is this is kinda useful feature, it should be available as a plugin i believe and i know wise guys are capable of doing it -coughs..:roll: pokes the plugin gurus- .. joomla has one, i dont know about the other cms' , but it's useful in deed, personally i dont like that generate static html thingy

3 Sep 16, 2008 00:21

Heya tilqicom,

Thanks for sharing man. I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks this.

I'm used to using a non-blog CMS, very easy and simple, Website Baker. The page wrapper is damn near perfect.

Let's hope the pros can come up with something nice..

Thanks again and stay charmed..


4 Sep 16, 2008 00:41

lets hope they find it as useful as we think it is (:

the idea behind is simple, keeping all the includes (, sidebar.php etc etc) and replacing the post loop with a given stable (probably html) content, but i am no capable of writing any plugin..
but i might provide you a temporary solution or tips if you are using one of the default skins and let know which one you are (hopefully one with only a index.main.php) :p

5 Sep 16, 2008 15:09

Well, that should be possible with an iFrame (that's the way the Joomla plugin does it, if I remember correctly). At least that's the easiest way, although users with browsers that don't support frames won't see the embedded page.

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