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Chiamaka Umeh
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Nov 11, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Best practices for React iframes

Chiamaka Umeh A frontend developer with a passion for designing highly-responsive user interfaces for JavaScript-based web and mobile apps using React and React Native.

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3 Replies to "Best practices for React iframes"

  1. Hi, this is great and got me where I needed to be. HOWEVER, the imported .css/.scss styles for the iframe child components are being generated “outside” the iframe. Is there a fix for this?

    1. Did you find a workaround for this behavior? I attached the link HTML element to the iframe head with href attribute that leads to the .css in the public folder. But I suppose this is not the best to achieve this…

  2. I want to replace the video with a image, and when the user clicks the image, a floating youtube player comes up on the screen. How can we achieve this?

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