SEQTA Documents and Portal pages are not designed to be embedded in other Portal pages, though some school's web-developers have been able to get this working to a degree.
The Service desk provides support should there be any issues whereby the Document or Portal pages are not working as intended (when accessed through the menus). Support for issues with links to files hosted in SEQTA or other sites, or embedding parts of other sites along with the writing of HTML is not supported via Service desk.
While not covered by the Service desk, there is information and HTML snippets in various posts from our Developers and web-developers from other school's in the SEQTA Community feedback forums (click on the world icon in the top-right corner in SEQTA Teach). Please don't hesitate to reach out through the SEQTA Community forums for assistance with specific issues. Also see below for more general information.
Feedback, improvement requests and suggestions
To give feedback directly to the developers and request additional functionality please post to the forums. In some cases, there will already be a thread, simply click the VOTE button and/or add a comment.
Restrictions with embedding sites and links to resources
Results may vary when linking to files and embedding parts of sites stored with web-hosting companies or platforms that require authentication such as Sharepoint. Targeted links and sites may explicitly disallow embedding in some situations, enforced by the hosting company or the browser so as to prevent containing pages hijacking clicks and reading content.
Adding links and embedding
In most cases, links hosted on other sites will work providing the entire page has been created on the web-hosting companies site and embedded using the Classic' portal editor (put the page address in the field "URL"). Also the links to resources are hosted on the same platform as the hosted site.
When linking to files on hosted sites there are two methods which can be used, the Classic Portal editor to using INSERT > WEB CONTENT > HTML SNIPET or SEQTA Creator. These work differently and one method may work in situations others will not. It's best to contact the web-developer to request embed code as this will more often then not resolve any issues.