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Helper III
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Report Size for Website? Example with link

I am working on creating a report for our external website and I'm struggling coming up with decent dimensions of the report.

 

The state of Michigan has a report at https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98163_98173---,00.html that I like the size of. I've determined the iFrame to have a height of 700 and the width is set to 100%. 

 

Is there a way to determine the height and width of the report used? Does it matter what I set the report up as and just publish it as "Fit to Page"? I like like the size of the link above and that it resizes with the page and I'm not sure how to set that up within the Desktop Designer as I'm creating my own reports.

 

Any help/ideas?

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Community Support
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Re: Report Size for Website? Example with link

Hi , @TCavins 

I can only find some information about  iFrame settings here ( pressing F12 on a web page  to see more details ).

With the link you currently provide,It is difficult to determine what the original size of the report was .

 

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You may check if these documents help.

Apply page display settings in a Power BI report

Change the display of a report page

Tips for iFrame height and width

 

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

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Super User VII
Super User VII

Re: Report Size for Website? Example with link

@TCavins You can surely set the page size in power bi desktop but these iframe parameters you use when you embed the report in the website

 

something like this

 

<iframe width="800" height="600" src="https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=zMDYxLTc1ODItNGU0Mi04MTcyLWQ4MTM5ZTJiNTUzOCJ9" frameborder="0" allowFullScreen="true"></iframe>

 

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Helper III
Helper III

Re: Report Size for Website? Example with link

Yes, I understand the iFrame settings. My question is how does the design size get affected by the iFrame? If I create a 16:9 and publish it with a default Fit to Page and then publish to web in an iFrame with a height of 700 and 100% width, what happens? How is it displayed?

 

Will the Fit to Page adjust to the iFrame? I've noticed when publishing from the desktop, whatever view I'm in (Fit to Page, Fit to Width etc) is what the default view is in the workspace/app. 

 

More so, is there a way on the link I provided to determine what the original size of the report was?

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: Report Size for Website? Example with link

Hi , @TCavins 

I can only find some information about  iFrame settings here ( pressing F12 on a web page  to see more details ).

With the link you currently provide,It is difficult to determine what the original size of the report was .

 

86.png

 

You may check if these documents help.

Apply page display settings in a Power BI report

Change the display of a report page

Tips for iFrame height and width

 

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

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