With this content element, plain HTML code can be inserted on the page. For example, this may be necessary if you need to integrate external content from agencies on your page. This will often be an iFrame. Depending on the code/content, the output in the frontend looks different. In our example you see an iFrame with a YouTube video.
The name of the content element is not displayed in the frontend. However, it is useful to assign a name so that it can be uniquely identified when linking, for example.
Enter the HTML source code here. If you know a bit about HTML and CSS, you can also make small adjustments to the code here. In our example the video is not centered. To center it, the tag
<center> must be placed around the code.
<center> <iframe> </iframe> <center>
Plain HTML in Frontend (Example)
The code in the example is the unchanged YouTube Embed Code. As described above, the video could be centered very easily. If you receive a source code from agencies, you should only adapt or change it after consultation.