Best Answer James B† , 26 April 2013 - 02:37 AM
I'm been trying to think of the best way around this for you, it seems more complicated the more I think about it.
For info on hooks see - http://support.pagel...mization/hooks/ basically the hook is an area in the page that you can insert content into. So you're choosing a place on the page and then adding your code into that area. The easiest way to do this is using the hooker plugin - http://www.pagelines...plugins/hooker/ otherwise you'd need to add a hook into the functions.php
Basically if I was adding a hook to place a div into the background area I'd do it like this, (which might not be the correct way as I'm not a developer) but I've tested this quick with a background image to see if it works and it did.
Using the hook Pagelines_Page, I inserted basic html in a div with the image in. Then using css on that div, gave it absolute positioning, 100% width and height so it spanned the entire background area of the page.
Problem you'd have is that its going to be a shortcode, or a iframe. I'm not sure if the same rules would apply there with an iframe. You can insert a shortcode into a hook using the method described here by one of the developers - http://www.pagelines...tton-in-header/
Give it a go and see what happens :-)Go to the full post