edgar_ali wrote:The only problem is that as you can see in my directory there is no a HTML file..i've got SWF and XML
Refer to this link for the picture of my directory: http://www.screencast.com/t/ScRy69nP
What can I do then?
edgar_ali wrote:I am going to recheck this..but all i did was copy the whole folder that panotour created in my computer...when do you say : level up in the directory tree, does it means that that file is out of the folder that panotour created?
edgar_ali wrote:I have just changed it to the following URL, but still not working:
<iframe src="http://http://flash.imaginephotographs.com.au/?page_id=28/room2.html" width="800" height="600" allowFullScreen></iframe>
What can I do?
edgar_ali wrote:this one:
I have removed the iframe code and just typed test
edgar_ali wrote:I finally made it appear on the website...i used the following code:
<iframe src="http://flash.imaginephotographs.com.au/wp-content/uploads/room2.html" height="900" width="1440" allowfullscreen=""></iframe>
Now i just want the bloody thing to fill the whole page...how can I do that?....
I entered a width of 1440 and height of 900...but I haven't been able to centre the tour.How can I centre and fill the whole page at the same time?
edgar_ali wrote:I took that picture without setting the no parallax point (nodal point, whatever people want to call it)..that is the reason for such a mess...also I just took it quickly since I just want to understand how to set it properly in the website...
How can I fill the whole page with the tour?...if i change the width and height in the "iframe", it increase the size of the tour but place it aligned to the right, not allowing to see the full tour...how can I increase the size to fill the whole page and that everything is centered?..
I would like my tour to looks like: http://www.aircamera.fr/visite_virtuell ... s/360.html as you can see in this page, this tour fill the whole page.
edgar_ali wrote:yes I just realised that URL is not working...
anyway I guess my point is: how can I fill the whole screen of the web browser (not the whole monitor) with my tour...
How can I do that?
edgar_ali wrote:Since I'm a newbie in this...I find hard to understand which url you want...
Let me have a go:
The url of the tour is:
If you need the address that I used in the iframe:
http://flash.imaginephotographs.com.au/ ... room2.html
Otherwise I'm not really sure which url you want..if these are not the correct, please help me to understand this...sorry for taking this long...thanks for your patience
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