It's been a few days since the iFrame of Tumblr embedded on my Muse site has disappeared. In its place comes this writing:
In the frame, the help of the information entered on this website.
What you can try:
Open this content in a new window.
Does anyone know how to solve the problem?
The html code that has always worked for a few days is this:
<iframe width = "100%" height = "1700px" src = "http://www.ragoncino.tumblr.com/" frameborder = "0"> </ iframe>
The page of my site is this: http://www.ragoncino.it/offerte-ed-eventi-eng.html
Please let me know if you get any answer.. I will do same..
same here...will post if I find anything. I have loaded independently and there is a pre load 'nag' page that requires interaction. I suspect it may have something to do with this.
If you go directly to the Tumblr page, you'll notice it will ask you for agreement on privacy stuff. Something related to the GDPR.
After acceptance, the blog is visible again even on your iframe. So I think it's just a matter of this kind.
Exact. I have also verified this behavior of the iFrame. Unfortunately, those who visit the site can not stay to click on other parts and agree to terms only to view a bid on Tumblr. At this point it is clear what the problem is, but I have not yet figured out if there is a solution to overcome the problem.
Thanks for your help. If I have and if you have updates, write as well.
I have the same problem as you with all my websites where I have worked with the Mumblr widget from Muse Themes.
I don't have a solution for the problem yet, but I have found out why this is so and can explain the interrelations to you.
I hope you understand the context. It's a little complicated to explain 😉 But in the end still logical and comprehensible, I hope!
Theoretically, every visitor to a website where Tumlr content is embedded to, should first see the Tumblr privacy page and click on "accept" to be able to see Tumblr content on the particular website.
How should this ever be done???
I hope I could help you with my considerations and would be very happy if you share every new conclusion in this matter here in the forum!
Has anyone else had it appear like this?
That's weird... But no matter what phenomena you notice... you should start thinking about another solution - alternatively to Tumblr. I received the following answer from a member in a German Adobe forum. Maybe this will help you accept that it will never work as nice again as it did before 25.05.2018 - the day of the activation of the new data protection policy:
If you find a solution, would be nice if you would share it 🙂 I will too ...
Regards and good luck,
I guess I'll have to look at setting up a new blog of some description. I'll just paste a link temporarily to my tumblr blog until I sort it out. Annoying as it looked great before but looks to be the only option for now.
Thanks for the input and good luck too,
We update you on our Tumblr problem.
I sent several emails to Tumblr, but the answers were zero.
Having some sites that use the Muse-Theme "Mumblr" widget, I contacted the technical support that has recently worked on an update and here's the answer:
Hey great news about Mumblr, our developers have just released at v1.6 update which addresses the GDPR allow issue!
Update details: A notification bar will appear for EU-based users. A link to the notification bar users (in a separate tab or window) to the terms compliance page at Tumblr.com. Once the are received, the Mumblr feed will display after a page refresh.
Basic options for the notification bar option. Additionally, custom text fields allow for multi-language support. Keep in mind that the notification bar will not appear if you have previously accepted Tumblr terms, or are visiting the page outside of the EU. If you have already accepted Tumblr terms and wish to test the notification in Mumblr v1.6, clear your browser's cookies or use an alternate browser.
Thanks for sharing!
Does anyone know if there is a chance to buy only this Mumblr-Widget-Update? Or do they only offer this update included in a one-year-membership?
BillyCampesino73: The MuseThemes Mumblr widget is only available within a one year subscription.
If you need a blog (not a Tumblr blog) I recommend to have a very close look to this widget: https://www.qooqee.com/muse-blog-cmsery
This widget is available without subscription and offers a complete blog system with commenting and multiuser administration, which you can manage completely within Muse
Obviously for a page of a site that in my case contains offers, I can not allow the visitor to have access to terms to be accepted before being able to view the offers, so I am looking for a valid alternative.
I hope I have helped some of you and I will keep you updated if I can find another solution different from Tumblr.
Today, to my amazement, I received a response from the Tumblr staff:
Thanks for reporting the issue with the iframe on your site. Yes, that's a bug! Our engineers are currently investigating this particular issue and will do their best to get it resolved ASAP.
Tumblr Community Support
I'll keep you up-to-date.
Let us hope, the Tumblr support knows, what he is are talking about …