I-framing allows borrowers to access Floify directly within your website. It requires just a little bit of code on each webpage where you'll embed Floify. 


Working directly with a developer is mandatory. Please contact support@floify.com for a referral to a Developer if you do not currently work with one.

How to embed Floify in your website

  1. Add the three elements below to your html in this order
  2. Include an iframe with a unique ID (Replace “someUniqueId” with your own id in  the two spots-you can make this up but they must match)
  3. Replace “YourSubDomain” with your actual subdomain found in your Prospects tab in the Borrower Links dropdown.
// how to set up white labeling
// add these three elements to your html in this order

// include the whitelabel JS
<script src="https://cdn.floify.com/whitelabel.min.js"></script>

// include an iframe with a unique ID. You can also add width, height, and frameborder here.
<iframe id="someUniqueId"></iframe>

// execute the white label function

// there are two arguments
// 1. the unique ID of the iframe.
// 2. a fall back URL should a user come to this page via some route that does not provide the query parameter
// the fallback URL can include '/apply-now' or '/apply?noheaderfooter' (Adding query ?noheaderfooter removes the logo and background from the embedded Floify page)

<script>floifyWhiteLabel( 'someUniqueId', 'https://yourteam.floify.com' )

<p><script src="https://cdn.floify.com/whitelabel.min.js"></script><br>
<iframe id="SomeUniqueId" width="7000px" height="1500px" frameborder="0"></iframe><br>
<script>floifyWhiteLabel( 'SomeUniqueId', 'https://larrylender.floify.com/?noheaderfooter' )</script></p>

*Reminder - You can remove the logo and background from the embedded Floify page by adding query ?noheaderfooter to the end of your sub-domain.

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