Go to the website you would like to embed a scene into in Chrome/Opera or Firefox.
Save the page through the menu command shown below.
Make sure to name the page 'index.html' as this can be difficult to change later.
Find the position in the code you would like to add the scene embed iframe. This will vary per site so the example I am going to work with is: https://www.bunnings.com.au/jumbuck-4-burner-hooded-portland-bbq_p3180769
Paste in the scene embed iframe code. Now you can open up the site in your web browser (May need to run a web server to access the resources). Depending on the website you may want to add a style to it like style='width:100%' in order to make the frame scale responsively.
Zip up the 'index.html' files with all the 'index_files' and send them to us.
Please check that the page functions well on a mobile device.
Sometimes the image you are replacing will be part of a gallery slider (ie slick). In this case you should remove the gallery to prevent it from interfering and causing the Plattar frame to unload or load multiple times.
Font's are sometimes licensed and will not be downloaded if this is the case.
Please remove Google Analytics and Facebook Tracking from the page
You also may find this helpful to simulate the end result.
Use to run local server
npm install -g serve
then in the directory just