David J. Bradshaw is announcing that iFrame Resizer with version number 2.8.9 is already available to download.
What is iFrame Resizer ?
iFrame Resizer is Make sure your iframes will resize properly with the rest of your page, keeping your content properly aligned and always visible on small-screen devices .
iFrame Resizer forces iframes to properly respond to window resize events and content adjustments.This enables the usage of remote iframe embed codes on responsive and mobile websites, allowing developers to support this kind of content without having to worry about situations where only the iframe resized and not the content inside it.While in the past this might have mess up some of the site’s content or leave some of the iframe content inaccessible to some users, iFrame Resizer supports features that can give developers control over various situations.The library can automatically adjust iframes to the height and width of their content, works with nested iframes, and with multiple iframes on the same page.iFrame Resizer also supports domain authentication for cross-domain iframes, can automatically resize the iframe and its content when the browser window size changes or when new content is added to the page, and also works with orientation changes on mobile devices.It additionally provides scroll-to events for overflowing iframes, and can also automatically embed PDF and ODF documents as well.iFrame Resizer works with or without jQuery loaded on the page.Demos are included with the download package.
This is changelog for iFrame Resizer version 2.8.9 :
- Scope setting to iFrame.
- Fixed parentIFrame.close() to work with 0 height iframes.
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: davidjbradshaw.github.io