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If you are unable to view an embedded widget on your website, work through the following solutions:
Wix - Widget won't connect to your site or submit doesn't work?
Wix tends to sandbox the HTML code from accessing anything outside of Wix at the moment. You can get Boothgallery and the other widgets to show using the "Webpage" box instead of the HTML box, but unfortunately, there is no workaround for this besides upgrading to Wix Premium or using a different web host.
Wordpress - 403 Forbidden Error Using Elementor with Wordpress?
A plugin called Wordfence is an automatic plugin, unfortunately it is known to block the use of iframes on your site. You can deactivate this in your plugin section. This is to be done at your own discretion.
Squarespace - Full Widget Not Showing in Squarespace Website?
Certain templates will have Ajax Loading enabled which can be turned off by going your Squarespace account Home Menu > Design > Site Styles Site: Loading, then uncheck "Enable Ajax Loading". This is to be done at your own discretion, some Squarespace templates require Ajax Loading to be enabled, you can find out more here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000253288-Ajax-loading.
IONOS(1&1) / Duda/ Other Website builders - Widget causing edit issues with website or conflicting with other code?
<iframe scrolling="no" src="https://booking.yoursite.com/widgets/manage-widget" style="width:100%;border:none;min-height:750px;"></iframe>
The following are guide heights that can be added in the code. A suitable display can depend on the number of elements in the widget, so these should be checked in the live view (including smaller screen sizes) and adjusted (increase the number of px/pixels) if necessary:
- Calendar Widget: min-height:520px
- Lead / Contact form: min-height: 800px
- Manage Booking Widget: min-height:370px
What Widgets Are Available?