SOLVED MMM-iFrame or MMM-iFrame-Ping show nothing since last update
Just recently updated MM from 2.4.0 to 2.7.1 including all modules.
Unfortunately had issues with MMM-Remote-Control first but used the fixes described on Github.
But both MMM-iFrame or MMM-iFrame-Ping don’t show anything.
I used MMM-iFrame to show a live video stream from my frontdoor using another Pi with Motion and using a curl command to show the iFrame on the MM when movement was detected and hide it after a while. That worked perfectly. I also could use this via homekit and ask Siri to turn on the Frontdoor Cam for example.
I can see via http://MyMMIP:8080/remote?action=MODULE_DATA that the state of “hidden” changes between “true” and “false” when I use MMM-Remote-Control from my Mac or iPhone or when i use the buttons (show/hide Module iFrame)
But it shows nothing…
Anybody here who has an iFrame up and running with MM 2.7.1.
My other modules:
MMM-iFrame-Ping or MMM-iFrame
MMM-RandomPhoto or MMM-BackgroundSlideshow
@BluP: Got additional information from the console:
Resource interpreted as Document but transferred with MIME type multipart/x-mixed-replace: “”.
main.js:210 Resource interpreted as Document but transferred with MIME type multipart/x-mixed-replace: “http://192.168.178.8:8081/”.
@BluP Don’t really have any suggestions other then play with the settings.
@BluP open the developers window, ctrl-shift-i, then select the console tab, and scroll up to see any errors, red text
I do get this:
[Error] Refused to execute http://ip:8080/modules/iFrameReload//iFrameReload.js as script because "X-Content-Type: nosniff" was given and its Content-Type is not a script MIME type. Error on loading script: – "modules/iFrameReload//iFrameReload.js" onerror — loader.js:190 Refused to display 'https://www.google.com/maps/' in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'SAMEORIGIN'.
What can I do about this?
@sdetweil Hi Sam, I tried that and the I got warnings about MMM-iFrame:
main.js:210 Resource interpreted as Document but transferred with MIME type multipart/x-mixed-replace: "http://192.168.178.8:8081/". updateModuleContent @ main.js:210 (anonymous) @ main.js:139 updateDomWithContent @ main.js:137 (anonymous) @ main.js:119 Promise.then (async) (anonymous) @ main.js:118 updateDom @ main.js:109 updateDom @ main.js:518 updateDom @ module.js:358 (anonymous) @ MMM-iFrame.js:25
The url is my other RasPi running Monitor displaying a video from my frontdoor.
As I stated in my 1st post, all was good since I upgraded to 2.7.1…
Any more hints?
I finally got it working again!
I did a full fresh installation on a new SD card with complete latest Raspian and new MM and all the modules I used before…and still the same behavior: MMM-IFrame showed nothing and I got the same warnings as mentioned below.
Then I tried MMM-SmartWebDisplay by @AgP42 which finally displays my video stream again. (BTW: This also works with other URLs as described in the documentation)
Many thanks for this module.
For all having issues with MMM-iFrame, MMM-IFrame-Ping etc., try MMM-SmartWebDisplay.
Don’t forget to do a NPM install in the module folder once the module is cloned.