Embedding a tour created with pano2vr 5 into a responsive html page

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Kay-Uwe Rosseburg
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Sun Jan 10, 2016 3:14 pm

Hello everybody,
I want to embed a tour created with pano2vr 5 into a responsive html page. Here is my example:

http://www.rosseburg-photo.de/panorama.html

I embedded it via an iframe.
My problem:
Every time I click on a node in the floor plan of the first tour on the page, the whole page jumps upward, so that the panorama is partly hidden and the user has to scroll down. This is bad.
The second tour on the page is created with pano2vr 4, there everything works fine, the page is not jumping upwards when I click on a node in a panorama or on a thumbnail.

I have a second example-page with a tour made with pano2vr 5:

http://www.rosseburg-photo.de/fullscreen.html

Here the same problem occurs right from the start. But after I clicked on one of the Google-like arrows, everything works fine, also when I click onto a node in the floor plan. So is there somehow a focus-problem inside the skin?

My question in general is: How can I embed a tour created with pano2vr 5 in a responsive html page? Is „iFrame“ the right choice? Does anybody has an good working example?

Thanks in advance for your hints and advices

Kay-Uwe
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Sun Jan 10, 2016 4:48 pm

Hi Kay-Uwe,
Under the Cloner element in the skin editor deselect Active Node, Scroll to View.
Please let me know if this fixes the problem.
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Kay-Uwe Rosseburg
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Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:19 pm

Wow! Yes, that was the solution! Thank you very much!
I very much appreciate your support.

Greetings,
Kay-Uwe
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