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Is there a way in jsBin or jsFiddle to get a link to the page you created as is, without being embed inside a frame? If not, is there such service (something that would let me quickly create an HTML page and see it live with one click)?

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You seem to be able to do this in jsFiddle by first getting the "Share full screen result" URL (from the Share menu) and then view the source of the full screen result to get the URL of the iframe used to display the result.

For example, the "full screen result" URL, which still shows a minimal toolbar at the top:

From this, you can see the URL of the embedded iframe, which is:

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I'd still be nice to have an easier way to do it. – Juan Aug 20 '13 at 23:55
If you are using Firefox then it's a bit quicker, as you can right-mouse on the iframe and select This Frame > Show Only This Frame from the popup menu, and grab the URL from the address bar. Chrome doesn't appear to have a similar feature unfortunately. – w3d Aug 21 '13 at 0:05
I just noticed on jsBin, if you remove the "/edit" part off of the URL then you get the page alone. – Juan Aug 22 '13 at 19:47
Seems like jsonp does not work from the "raw" page. works, but not or – Anders Lindén Jul 10 at 6:30

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