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I'm working in WordPres 4.9.5. I have some projects that involve data from a third party application called Wrike. The easiest way for me to display the data is through an iframe. I'm placing the following iframe onto one of my pages...

<iframe src="https://www.wrike.com/ui/get_workspace_snapshot?snapshotId=longvalue|shortvalue" width="6500" height="675" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe>

I prefer not to deal with iframes at all. If there is alternative way I can call that data into a WordPress page, can someone provide any pointers?

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    That would be more of a question for the makers of Wrike, not WordPress, since it depends on whether or not Wrike has APIs or some other way to access their data. A quick glance at their site reveals they do have an API - developers.wrike.com - you would create code that pulls the data from their API, then outputs whatever HTML you want it to, and you could then either place your code in a plugin (if you want this functionality even if you change themes) or within your custom theme (if you include a lot of styling/formatting in your code and it's tied to the theme). – WebElaine Apr 11 '18 at 20:57
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That would be more of a question for the makers of Wrike, not WordPress, since it depends on whether or not Wrike has APIs or some other way to access their data. A quick glance at their site reveals they do have an API - developers.wrike.com - you would create code that pulls the data from their API, then outputs whatever HTML you want it to, and you could then either place your code in a plugin (if you want this functionality even if you change themes) or within your custom theme (if you include a lot of styling/formatting in your code and it's tied to the theme).

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