Good evening Ning Creators...
Last week I setup my first ning site, a social network for indie game developers to share, collaborate and enter game design contests.
I know its possible to add HTML5 games in an iframe. I can do it if I make a new page, and add the iframe code when in HTML mode and make it full frame. It works well and means I can embed games from the likes of GameSalads online arcade site.
What I'd really like to do is setup a way so the sites user could add their own games to a page that others can then browse through and see. It could just work in the same way the blog page does, but just show the titles of the games then when they click on them it would load up the page for that game.
It may be really obvious but I can't get my head round it. I've created a tab titled 'HTML5 games' and when I press the add button on that page, it makes a new page which is not linked to the HTML5 page in any way.
I know I could setup a game page for users to view, and they can comment on, but not sure how I can add what would basically be another blog page for everyone to contribute pages to.
Any help would be great. Apologies if this is really obvious.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but members can not add iframes to your network. From what I understand, it's to prevent any mischievous or malicious activity.
By the way, when you enter your tags, you need to wrap them in double quotation marks to prevent two (or more) word tags from separating, e.g. "new page".