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Posted by clogevents at Aug 8, 2017, 1:54:11 PM
Practical difference between Responsive Iframe and fully-interactive embedded javascript calendar
I realise that these are different ways of embedding the calendar in a website but these seem to give a similar end-result.

Is one method faster or better in some way?

What would be the reasons for choosing one over the other?

Posted by support at Aug 16, 2017, 8:39:49 PM
Re: Practical difference between Responsive Iframe and fully-interactive embedded javascript calendar
The responsive iframe is superior in most respects because it won't have potential conflicts with other JS or CSS on the rest of your site.

Older browsers didn't support the kind of features that make a responseive iframe possible, which is why we initially created the fully interactive JS version.
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