Is it possible to create a json rest API feed on the Homestead sitebuilder?

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Hi, we need to install a property feed, using json/rest api feed. Is this possible - any ideas?
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Hello jmaitlandjones4485

If you are able to get the HTML code to embed that element into the website, you can certainly do that. That is the only way you would be able to use a 3rd party program like that on your website.
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Hi, I don't think it is as simple as that, I am not an expert (That's an understatement! LOL) but I think you need to create more than html, There is an iframe option which works in the HTML box, but doesn't work to the standard we want it to, better option is using the rest api json etc, thanks for the prompt reply!
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Hello jmaitlandjones4485

If it is not able to simply be added via HTML, unfortunately Homestead would not be able to provide guidance for any other way to add it. I would recommend contacting that company for more information.

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