Rus

I did a web site with this once for a philosophy project, about three years ago, based on navigating attached web pages in a frameset where the plex was left and the web pages were opening in the right frame. It was a nice design, looked good and  worked perfectly, until it became impossible after an update. I lost months of work. I stoppped following TB since, but sometimes wonder if recent upgrades made this way of using TB for navigating content possible again.
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Rus
By the fact that nobody responded it seems that this layout for using TheBrain in a website is still not possible. Pitty, I still had some hopes to pick it up one day. :-(
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mcaton
Rus,

Thank you for posting and for being such a long time Brain user.  

Things have changed quite a bit in 3 years - for the better.  You can now publish a Brain to your website with the use of TheBrain Cloud.  Here's a link to some web tutorials on using TheBrain Cloud:

http://www.thebrain.com/support/tutorials/sharing/cloud/
http://www.thebrain.com/support/tutorials/sharing/cloud-update/

Additionally, you can still export your Brain to a SiteBrain, which may have been the process that you used 3 years ago.  Just click on File > Export > SiteBrain HTML

Please join us for a free Brain101 class to see what's new in TheBrain and ask any additional questions about online publishing

http://www.thebrain.com/support/101/

Thank you,
Matt Caton
TheBrain Technologies 
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Rus
Hi Matt,

Sorry to say, but I gave up on PB for a few years :-( 
I lost so much work after the updates destroyed the work on I site I was planning.
I will have a look again, because the idea is still there.
The only thing is I will need a smooth design and that needs the feauture to open attached web pages in a designated iframe. If you have any idea if this is possible by integrating the new cloud sebs in a site, let me know.

Best wishes,

Rus

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Rus

Hi Matt,

Implementing an uploaded Brian into a website is clear, but we still have no solution on how we can use thought-specific links to navigate content in an iFrame. If you have any examples where a brain is integrated in a (responsive) site in a well designed way: I'm still interested.

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metta
@Rus, just wondering.....

Does the Wordpress plugin Laura and Mark designed provide the imbedded iFrame navigation you are looking for?

You can see an example of the working plugin here:
-- http://climatographer.com/climate-chess-spotlight/

You'll see that when you click on any of the web page links below the embedded brain, they activate the corresponding thought within the embedded web brain. 
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mcaton
This will be further improved with the release of version 9.  Linked web pages will then auto-load in the content pane.  One less click to worry about [smile]

Thanks,
Matt
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