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Add iframe to extended_valid_elements with TinyMCE WYSIWYG module for Drupal

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Hi experts,
I have drupal 6 and the WYSIWYG module with TinyMCE 3. I need to add iframe to extended_valid_elements but I'm wondering what is the drupal way of doing this? I'm assuming I can use hook_wysiwyg_plugin() or something similar?
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You can create block using views, and place it in the node.  While adding the content, switch to plain editor, and place your iframe tags there.

Let me know if you need more information.
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this doesn't directly answer my question but thanks for the tip. the reason i wanted to do this was to insert google maps and i decided to use the Rep[lacement]Tags module for Drupal instead. That way I define that $GOOGLE-MAP$ translates to the HTML for the google map iframe and i can insert it pretty much anywhere
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