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iPhone: Linkedin API in iPad is not resizing to a bigger login view

Posted on 2013-06-29
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As you can see in the above image, there is a major part of the screen which is grey and unused. I want the login view to be more bigger to fill out major part of the screen rather than displaying a gray background.

The problem lies with the fact that this is a webview and we are loading the following Linkedin URL in the webview:

https://www.linkedin.com/uas/oauth/authorize?oauth_token=509f2231-b1bc-42fb-874f-f6963a447dc3&auth_token_secret=20136199-7dc9-4e81-9cc9-ef1ea797b6de

How can we resize the view to be bigger than what it is currentlly?
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Maybe by making the webview a subview and adjusting the size of the subview so that just the linked in profile part shows up.  This way you can do whatever with the background.  It seems like ive done this in a past project I just trying to rememeber the specifics.
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thanks
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