We are occasionally asked whether it is possible to embed a panorama presentation from the Podium Pano server on a web page, and as you can see in the example below, it is:

Panorama by Nat Ellis from JB Architecture.

How to embed a Podium panorama on your web page:

This is achieved with a very simple HTML technique called an iframe (short for inline frame). To embed a panorama on your website, simply copy and paste the following line of code:

<iframe width="xxx" height="xxx" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen src="URL"></iframe>

Replace the width and height with values of your choosing, and paste your URL from the panorama server into the URL slot:

<iframe width="800" height="450" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen src="http://panopdm.com/viewer.php?application=panorama&id=a270819f11369fba53353f53ab220c46797bb267"></iframe>

More info: iframes are widely supported across all major browsers. For panorama purposes, the above code should be all you need. If you require more information, including a list of html attributes supported by the iframe tag, please see the W3C iframe reference page.