I have the same issue like described by Erkin Ekici a couple of weeks ago in this thread:
In V3 release notes it says that they can be iframed, but I still see close button and bad width/height when I frame this. Is there any embed parameter that's missing?
Any recommendations to this moment?
There seems to be some ambiguity on what our documents convey. Our notes do say that they can be iframed but what it meant to convey was that the modal popup which you see on your screen is itself is raised as an iframe in the middle of the screen and as a new window in mobile devices.
At the moment we cannot embed it inside a webpage as an iframe, it is only supported a modal popup. Trying to embed it as a part of your webpage will result in a broken UI and might affect its functionality. I Apologize for the confusion here.
I have the same problem than Erkin Ekici, the iframed checkout page still shows a close button, and reacts weirdly to height and width changes. I created the checkout page using .Embed(true).IframeMessaging(true), did I miss something?
As I had mentioned in my previous post, we do not support the modal checkout to be loaded as part of the page. This is why we do not have a configuration to override the close button.
Embedding it as a part of your webpage will result in a broken UI and might affect its functionality.
It would be good to have possibility to embed customer portal on merchant web-site like hosted pages.
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