Bitty Browser magic – how to embed a website inside your Moodle webpage

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Bitty Browser is truly an amazing web application. It allows you to embed a website within a website. So you can embed a entire working website inside your blog or Moodle site.

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The embed code that I used for the “embeded iframe” website above is:

<!– BITTY BROWSER : WWW.BITTY.COM : {BEGIN} –>
<table cellspacing=”0″ style=”width:100% !important;background:#999 !important;padding:0px !important;margin:0px !important;border:0px !important;border-collapse:collapse !important”><tr><td style=”background:#999 !important;padding:1px !important;margin:0px !important;border:0px !important;”><iframe src=”http://www.cnn.com/” scrolling=”yes” frameborder=”0″ style=”display:block !important;width:100% !important;height:400px !important;background:#D4D0C8 !important;padding:0px !important;margin:0px !important;border:0px !important;”><a href=”www.cnn.com/”>CNN Today</a> (iframes required)</iframe></td></tr></table>
<!– BITTY BROWSER : WWW.BITTY.COM : {END} –>

So what does this mean for your Moodle site? Well, the possibilities are endless.

Here’s another example. This time, I have created a “Compose a web page” resource on my Moodle site. When I click on it, the webpage opens and I will see four embedded websites. Cnn.com, Moodle.org, Moodlenews.com and Moodurian.blogspot.com! You an access the demo webpage directly from here.

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