panel_iframe support allows you to add additional panels to your Home Assistant frontend. The panels are listed in the sidebar and can contain external resources like the web frontend of your router, your monitoring system, or your media server.
If you are accessing Home Assistant over HTTPS using SSL, you cannot access HTTP sites through an iframe panel.
To enable Panel iFrames in your installation, add the following to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry panel_iframe: router: title: 'Router' url: 'http://192.168.1.1' fridge: title: 'Fridge' url: 'http://192.168.1.5' otherapp: title: 'Other App' url: '/otherapp'
(map)(Required)Enables the panel_iframe component. Only allowed once.
(map)(Required)Name of the panel. Only allowed once.
(string)(Required)Friendly title for the panel. Will be used in the sidebar.
(string)(Required)The absolute URL or relative URL with an absolute path to open.
(icon)(Optional)Icon for entry.
(boolean)(Optional)If admin access is required to see this iframe.
Do not create one that are named
lovelace it will overwrite lovelace causing it to never load.