There is a distinctive feature in the integration of iframe windows into PlayFilm’s interactive videos. A special feature seen, at first, as a technical limitation, though necessary.
PlayFilm operates on a safe platform, with SSL certificate, guaranteeing its content is exempt from malicious code. You can check whether a website has this type of certificate by looking at the URL; when it begins with HTTPS, it means it complies with a safe protocol. Having said that, a web owning a safe certificate cannot integrate non-certified content, as this would mean confronting a security gap. Therefore, as far as PlayFilm is concerned, the above mentioned results in a basic rule: all content integrated into an iframe window must be safe content. Which is to say that you cannot configure Infinite Content aimed to integrate into the video content from a HTTP website. Unfortunately, HTTP websites today are a minority, but when we are dealing with sales-oriented webs and those including payment gateways, it is very likely that they are HTTPS for the sake of security. To ensure that the iframe will work effectively, the arrow on the box of the URL provided has to be clicked on. This way, PlayFilm will be able to check that it is a valid URL.