Trying to pass User.Country into a Visualforce iframe URL - salesforce

I'm trying to create an iframe with visualforce, I try to pass the country parameter for user but it does not work for me and I do not understand why, please help!
my iframe:
apex:page standardController="User">
   

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How make this iframe code work where to set the website url?

I found this code from stackoverflow but how can use it - i meant specifically where do i enter the source url on the iframe code in order for it to run? I am completely noob in Javascript so please bear with me. For example lets say i want to iframe source = https://google.com where should i put it?
<script>
(function(d){
var iframe = d.body.appendChild(d.createElement('iframe')),
doc = iframe.contentWindow.document;
// style the iframe with some CSS
iframe.style.cssText = "position:absolute;width:200px;height:100px;left:0px;";
doc.open().write('<body onload="' +
'var d = document;d.getElementsByTagName(\'head\')[0].' +
'appendChild(d.createElement(\'script\')).src' +
'=\'\/path\/to\/file\'">');
doc.close(); //iframe onload event happens
})(document);
</script>
If you just want to iframe another site into yours you could just do
<iframe src="https://google.com"></iframe>
without any javascript.
Take a look at these docs for more info.

Populate HTML forms in WebView

I have a NativeScript-5 app (TypeScript flavor) with a simple page like this:
<Page class="page">
<StackLayout>
<WebView id="webView" loaded="onWebViewLoaded" src="http://google.com" />
</StackLayout>
</Page>
After loading the web page (onWebViewLoded()), I would like my app to populate certain HTML fields (access by id or name) and finally post the surrounding HTML form. Can this be done at all?
I know that there is a Nativescript-WebView-Interface plugin, but it requires me to embed a script in the loaded page (and I can't do this, because I don't own the page I am loading). So I assume I need another approach.
If anybody has a solution that works at least on Android, that would be great. Thanks guys!
Update:
In order to avoid misunderstandings: Submitting the page is optional. The important part is to load a web page and auto-fill some values that my app already knows (so the user does not have to enter these values in the HTML form himself).
You may easily execute JavaScript in the webpage context in Android.
export function onLoadFinished(args: EventData) {
const webView = (<WebView>args.object).nativeView;
if (isAndroid) {
// Make sure the element index is valid
const javaScript = `document.getElementsByTagName("input")[2].value = "It works!"`;
if (android.os.Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES.KITKAT) {
webView.evaluateJavascript(javaScript, null);
} else {
webView.loadUrl(`javascript:${javaScript}`);
}
}
}
Here is the Playground Sample
It's also possible with iOS, but you may have to override / extend the existing {N} WebView inject JavaScript upon creating native view.

How to get Element of WebView by class name?

I am loading website for example 'http:/example.com' in WebView,
Let this page contain a element
<a class="x" href="/test1">Click here</a>
How can I get this element 'x' and its value of href from WebView.
You need something to read HTML back in your Java code, like showed in this Answer:
how to get html content from a webview?
Then when you have your HTML content, you need a parser to extract element (and data) you need.
In past i've used JSOUP to navigate the HTML and it worked really well, you can find it here https://jsoup.org/.
You could extract the class names and href value with this: (only a concept)
Document yourPage = Jsoup.parse(htmlString);
Element aElement = yourPage.select("path to a element").first();
Set<String> classNames = aElement.classNames();
String url = aElement.attr("href");
If you need help, you can read here a pretty nice intro-tutorial from JSOUP documentation

How to clear html page before showing into a webview in Android?

I have the URL of a webpage to be displayed into a webview in my Android app. Before showing this page i want to clear the html code of this page from some tag (such as the header, footer, ecc..) in order to show only few information. How can i do it? I tried to solve the issue working with JSoup but i can't understand how to create and pass the "new page" to the webview. Anybody can help me?
EDIT
I cleaned the html code useless through jsoup libraries. Then, always by mean of these, i get head and body content and finally i showing the "cleared" web page through these lines:
headURL = doc.select("head").outerHtml();
bodyURL = doc.select("body").outerHtml();
webview.loadData( "<html>"+headURL+bodyURL+"</html>" , "text/html", "charset=UTF-8");
webview.setWebViewClient(new DisPlayWebPageActivityClient());
The view shows the new page but do not load css files specified in the head(that has not been touched). Who can say me why?
You can fetch the WebPage you want to display as a string, parse and remove whatever you don't want and then load this string as data in your webview.
Something like:
String webContent = fetchPage(url);
String cleanedWebContent = cleanUp(webContent);
webView.loadData(cleanedWebContent, "text/html", "UTF-8");
Of course, you will need to implement fetchPage and cleanUp as they are not Android methods

Embedding issuu

I need to embed an issuu document inside a website. The website administrator should be allowed to decide which document is displayed on the frontend.
This is an easy task, using the embed link on the issuu page. But I need to customize some options - for instance, disable sharing, set the dimensions and so on. I cannot rely on the administrators doing this process every time they need to change the document.
I can easily customize the issuu embed code to my taste, and all that I need is the document id. Unfortunately, the id is not included in the issuu page for the document. For instance, the id for this random link happens to be 110209071155-d0ed1d10ac0b40dda80dad24166a76ee, which is nowhere to be found, neither in the URL nor easily inside the page. You have to dig into the embed code to find it.
I thought the issuu API could allow me to get a document id given its URL, but I cannot find anything like this. The closest match is the search API, but if I search for the exact name of the document I get only one match for a different document!
Is there some easy way to be able to embed a document only knowing its URL? Or an easy way for a non techie person to find a document id in the page?
Unfortunate the only way for you to costomize is to pay for the service wich is 39$ for month =/.
You can force a fullscreen mode without ads by using
<body style="margin:0px;padding:0px;overflow:hidden">
<iframe src="YOUR ISSU EMBED" frameborder="0" style="overflow:hidden;height:105%;width:105%;position:absolute;" height="100%" width="100%""></iframe>
</body>
You can embed of course stacks but that isnt showed on Issuu site. This is code (its old code but it works):
<iframe src="http://static.issuu.com/widgets/shelf/index.html?folderId=FOLDERIDamp;theme=theme1&rows=1&thumbSize=large&roundedCorners=true&showTitle=true&showAuthor=false&shadow=true&effect3d=true" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="no" width="100%" height="200"></iframe>
FOLDERID is number of 36 chars that you get on address bar when you enter stacks (example: https://issuu.com/username/stacks/FOLDERID). When you replacing that in code you must paste 36 chars in this format 8-4-4-4-12 with - between chars. And voila its working.
You can change theme and other stuffs in code.
The Document ID is found in the HTML source of every document. It is in the og:video meta property.
<meta property="og:video" content="http://static.issuu.com/webembed/viewers/style1/v2/IssuuReader.swf?mode=mini&documentId=XXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXXX&pageNumber=0">
You can easily handle it by using the DomDocument and DomXPath php classes.
Here is how-to using PHP:
// Your document URL
$url = 'https://issuu.com/proyectotres/docs/proyecto_3_edicion_135';
// Turn off errors, loads the URL as an object and then turn errors on again
libxml_use_internal_errors(true);
$dom = DomDocument::loadHTMLFile($url);
libxml_use_internal_errors(false);
// DomXPath helps find the <meta property="og:video" content="http://hereyoucanfindthedocumentid?documentId=xxxxx-xxxxxxx"/>
$xpath = new DOMXPath($dom);
$meta = $xpath->query("//html/head/meta[#property='og:video']");
// Get the content attribute of the <meta> node and parse its query
$vars = [];
parse_str(parse_url($meta[0]->getAttribute('content'))['query'], $vars);
// Ready. The document ID is here:
$docID = $vars['documentId'];
// You can print it:
echo $docID;
You can try it with the URL of your own Issu document.

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