Argus Tracking iFrame

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What is iFrame?

The iFrame feature allows you to place the Argus Tracking spectate maps on any website you can edit, such as your public-facing website or internal sites you may use, such as an intranet.

Essentially, iFrame is an HTML element that lets you present your Argus Tracking spectate maps on your website and allows your customers or personnel to view your spectate maps on your own website without using or needing access to the Argus Tracking website.


How do I implement iFrame?

The first step is to get in touch with your Account Manager at to have this feature added to your account. The URL can be customized so that the iFrame only shows a certain vehicle, group of vehicles, or all vehicles so make sure you express your preference here!


From here, your Account Manager will provide you with a unique URL that is to be included in the iFrame HTML, which can then be added to your external or internal websites.



How to use HTML for iFrame

You will be building your own HTML for the iFrame, but below is an example of the HTML for an iFrame for demonstrative purposes:

<iframe width="640" height="480"
        scrolling="no" frameborder="0"

You have the ability to customize the iFrame size by changing the width and height. The bolded section "YOUR_UNIQUE_URL" will be provided by your Account Manager for you to include in a similar iFrame HTML.


If you'd like to enquire about adding iFrame to your account or have any other questions, please get in touch with your Account Manager at and they will be happy to help!


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