Hi! I’m trying to incorporate a part of another website in a clients’ site (this is officially allowed to to in this special case). It’s the news-section of a site, for which I don’t have a link to an rss-feed (which would of course make things simpler). So I am trying to show the news-page inside a limelight-iframe, which principally works just fine. But in this case also the header (including navigation) of the other page is shown in the iFrame, while I only want to show the actual news-content. I thought this could be done by “hiding” parts of the external page with “…: hidden”, but that doesn’t work (hm, I should have known that this cannot work). Then I tried to at least jump to a certain div of the external site by adding #divname to the link I use inside Limelight (so that the navigation-/header-items of the source-page are not seen initially), but that also doesn’t work. Aaargh, feeling so stupid… :-/
Is there a chance to only show the div with the news inside Limelight? This would be awesome… ;-)
Would be glad for any hints regarding this.
(By the way: Im ‘limelighting’ the external news inside a SectionsPro stack. I have limited it’s width so that at least only the mobile header-stuff of the source page is shown instead of the desktop-content)
PS: I want to add that I have no access to the ‘source page’, so that I’ll not be able to add any code to it.