- Steve McNiven
The Sitefinity page editor is not in an iframe, your page markup from your template (basically everything under) is wrapped in a few helpers that let Sitefinity inject the toolbar and it’s publishing headers. So this can cause some issues with your styling, PLEASE for the sake of your users fix this for them so it doesn’t look sloppy. What’s great about it not being in an iFrame though is you can almost literally control everything you see in CSS.
Make sure your markup is valid
By this I mean the markup in your default.cshtml or whatever your main template is. If there’s a starting div without and end that can break things. Or if there’s maybe an element that should be closed (>, />) but isn’t the browser can try to “fix” it and throw things off
Make sure you don’t have any
The page editor uses old-scholl WebForms which wraps the ENTIRE page in a