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HTTP IFrame Content

I was quite excited about this service as the big point of difference was the iframe option. However, I have since discovered that it does not allow HTTP based iFrames.

Any chance this can be changed? Or can I provide a link / domain that could be allowed through?

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    Liam Brown shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    declined  ·  AdminHakim (Admin, Slides) responded  · 

    We originally supported HTTP iframe content, however an HTTP iframe can’t load on a HTTPS page. All of slides.com will be served over HTTPS soon, so we’re not allowing insecure iframe URLs since they won’t work in your presentations. Hope that makes sense.

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