We have a chat application that is installed on another server and is installed on a subdomain. (for example: [login to view URL])
The chat application is fully mobile responsive already.
However, we want to place it on our main root domain (for example: [login to view URL]). So when a desktop user goes to the root domain page, he sees the header and footer and the chat application served in an iframe. This part is easy.
However, for a mobile user, we want him to see a button to log into our chat application. When he clicks this button it will open a new page, with our chat application on the new page. However, this new page must still have the original root domain attached to it. You can use a new subpage if needed (for example: [login to view URL]) But the important point is we do not want the browser URL to point to https://chatapp.mydomain.com. We want it to be pointing to [login to view URL]) This will most likely have to be placed in an iframe in some way within a new subpage. The page will still be fully responsive.
I have an example website to show that this can be done. It may or may not require the use of PHP instead of standard HTML. I am not sure.
Please only apply if you can do this properly.
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Hello there, I am a full-stack developer simply send me your credentials I will upload it to another server with all of their protocols, simply send me a message for further details. thank you Ammar
Hi, I read your project description. I think this problem can be solved in html and bootstrap. I can do this in 2 days. Let us discuss more in chat. I will do my best to help you. thanks.
Hello Greetings I can Deliver exactly what you want. Need to Discuss more on the chat and also for the budget. Looking forward to your Response. Thanks Regards