is_preview() template function would be more appropriate, but, due to some issues, the checks are being made against the server variables. When these issues are resolved, the previously mentioned function will be used.
Very Important Notice
It has been brought to my attention that a plugin with the exact same name as this one has been released by a third party on the WordPress Plugin Repository. Be advised that that plugin has no relation to this one.
Just copy the
break-out-of-frames.php file in your
/wp-content/plugins/ directory and activate through the administration panel.
This project is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later.
Downloads, Issue Tracking, Support
This project has been discontinued.
The latest public releases of the Break-Out-Of-Frames plugin are available at the Break-Out-Of-Frames development web site.
This plugin is not available on the WordPress Plugin Repository. A plugin with the same name that exists on the WordPress Plugin Repository is developed by a third party and is not related to this one.
This project is no longer supported. Submitting support requests, issue reports or feature requests is not possible at this time.
* Fri Jan 26 2007 – v0.3
– The is_preview() WP function works ok now, so it is used in the plugin.
– Updated plugin homepage URL.
* Wed Oct 04 2006 – v0.2
– Plugin information update
* Thu Jan 5 2006 – v0.1
– Initial release
This plugin has been discontinued.
Appendix I: Recommended best practice
Web applications can now send the X-Frame-Options HTTP header in the HTTP response and notify the web browsers about whether they should allow the resource to be served through a
object HTML tag. For instance:
Setting your web server or application server to include an HTTP header in the response as shown above is the recommended best practice.
Break-Out-Of-Frames WordPress Plugin by George Notaras is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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