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The Selector can be integrated into any web page or landing page or into a CMS. This can be done as a snippet or iFrame integration.

Integration as a snippet

To embed the Selector (e.g. as a WordPress plugin, Jimdo extension, etc.), please use the code snippet below to insert the Selector at any position: Code snippet:

id = "foxbase-selector-bootstrap"
src = ""
data-selector-id = "ID OF THE SELECTOR"
data-scroll-adjust = "0"

All parameters, except for the data-selector-id, are optional. A shortened version is:

id = "foxbase-selector-bootstrap"
src = ""
ata-selector-id="ID OF SELECTOR">

Explanation of the snippet parameters

  • data-selector-id: The ID of the selector must be inserted here. The selector ID can be found in the URL:
Screenshot of the Selector URL with Selector ID
  • data-scroll-adjust: This defines the distance to the header. Ideal for floating headers.
  • data-long: This parameter can be used to set the language if translations are available. You can also recognize the language of your selector, for example en_EN for English or de_DE for German, in the URL ending.

Integration as iFrame

Alternatively, the selector can also be saved as an iFrame :

id = "responsive-iframe"
width = "100%"
height = "1000px"
name = "selector name"
title = "Selector Title">

Explanation of the iFrame parameters

  • id: An iFrame id can optionally be added.
  • src: The entire URL with which your selector is called must be inserted here. An example is the selector URL shown in the picture above.
  • width and height: For the iFrame integration, the width and height of the iFrame must be specified. This can be done using "width" and "height" or using
    style = "width: 100%; height: 500px; border: 0px; outline: 0px;"
  • name and title: Optionally, a name and a title can be added to the selector.

Auto adjust iframe height

If you embed your selector via iFrame, the content will be loaded into a window within your website. In order for the iFrame to dynamically adapt to the height of the selector, insert the following code under the iFrame:

<script src=""></script>
iFrameResize({ log: false }, '#the iframe id');

Replace the element "the iframe id" with the ID of the iframe. It is important that you use the hashtag "#" Not remove. The iFrame then automatically adapts to the height of your selector.

Example of the integration in WordPress via snippet:

Paste the code snippet in the appropriate place on the website where you want it to be seen.

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