Embedding Zoom in web page as an iFrame

Using Zoom code within iFrame to embed Zoom Conferencing within a web page within my app

Once my name is added and I verify I am not a robot, I click join and instead of joining the conference call, I return to the embedded login screen.

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To Reproduce(If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

1, Add name
2. Check - I am not a Robot in Recaptcha
3. Click Join
4. Page comes back to login screen with cleared name and recaptcha unchecked

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Device (please complete the following information):
Laptop HP Pavillion
Android LG purchased in June 2020

Additional context
I need to know if this code is acceptable. I’d also like to know how to add the password and if it is encrypted or plain text. Code I’m Using:


Try checking this guide. I think it will help you. https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/sdk/native-sdks/web

I have embedded zoom into my best air purifier review website using this guide.

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Does this use the SDK or just the iframe code within HTML?

Hey @tulipsingles,

It looks like you are embedding the Zoom Web Client, which is not supported.

Instead, like @AlexLara said, you can use the Zoom Client Web SDK which is the supported way to put Zoom meetings / webinars into your own website. :slight_smile:

Let me know if you have any additional questions!


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Thanks for the reply. Apparently the editor I was using was stripping parts of the code out. We got it to work using php to run the iframe and I am finishing up putting it together. I agree, ultimately I’ll get the sdk implemented but this gives me some time to do that.


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Happy to hear you got it sorted out! :slight_smile:


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