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    Moti Granovsky

    Hi Andre!

    I can't see the actual Sisense content on that page, because the iFrames refer to resources only available to specific users within that server (they aren't public).

    I do see that the 2 iFrames are embedding Sisense widgets, not dashboards. This is not recommended with iFrames, which are better fit for entire dashboards. The best way to embed individual widgets is using Sisense.js.

    In addition, it seems like the elements are assigned a height value of 100% - from my experience, that usually leads to trouble as HTML isn't great at dealing with verticality. This isn't directly related to Sisense, just that an element set to 100% height needs a parent element with a set (pixel or other) height, usually. I'm no master of CSS, but I suggest attempting to set the iFrame's height explicitly and seeing if that changes anything for you.

    In any case, I do recommend taking a look at our (new!) embedding documentation which should clear up which embedding ,method fits best to which use-case: https://sisense.dev/guides/embedding/

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    Andre Konig

    Much appreciate your response.

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