What is an iFrame?
iFrame stands for Inline Frame. It is an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document on a website. It is a way to embed content from your favorite websites and instructional tools, including Nearpod, Kahoot, Desmos, Eduzzle, Duolingo, and more. Students will be able to access the content of these websites directly within an Otus Advanced Assessment, without needing to visit the source website!
Where in Otus can I use an iFrame?
In an Advanced Assessment.
Using iFrame in an Advanced Assessment
Any question in an Advanced Assessment that contains a text editor will have the ability to embed an iFrame.
Step 1: While you are building the question, you will see a Source button on the toolbar. Select this button.
Step 2: Copy and paste the following link into the HTML Editor Tool :
<iframe height="700px" src="URL" window.screen.availWidth"></iframe>
Step 3: Add the URL of the iFrame component, replacing the URL above.
➡️ Your iFrame Activity should now appear! The below is an example of a Google Doc.