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I am using the following Visualforce page to display my full dashboard on my home page vs just the first 3 rows:

<apex:page >
  <src="/01Z14000000kQBw?isdtp=nv" scrolling="true" height="1000px" width="100%"/> 
</apex:page>

however when I load up my home page, it's just blank. I am curious as to what I might be doing wrong?

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Your approach will not work.Try building dashboard with analytics:reportchart and embed this page in visuaforce homecomponent

 <apex:page> 
 <apex:panelGrid columns="3">
   <apex:panelGroup id="theGroup1">
   <apex:outputText>Report 1</apex:outputText>
   <analytics:reportChart reportId="00O55000000OZVL" />
   </apex:panelGroup>
   <apex:panelGroup id="theGroup2">
   <apex:outputText>Report 2</apex:outputText>
   <analytics:reportChart reportId="00O55000000OZVM" />
   </apex:panelGroup>
   <apex:panelGroup id="theGroup3">
   <apex:outputText>Report 3</apex:outputText>
   <analytics:reportChart reportId="00O55000000OZVO" />
    </apex:panelGroup>
    <apex:panelGroup id="theGroup4">
   <apex:outputText>Report 4</apex:outputText>
   <analytics:reportChart reportId="00O55000000OZVS" />
   </apex:panelGroup>
   <apex:panelGroup id="theGroup5">
   <apex:outputText>Report 5</apex:outputText>
   <analytics:reportChart reportId="00O55000000OZVN" />
   </apex:panelGroup>
   <apex:panelGroup id="theGroup6">
   <apex:outputText>Report 6</apex:outputText>
   <analytics:reportChart reportId="00O55000000OZVI" />
    </apex:panelGroup>
</apex:panelGrid>
</apex:page>
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  • This works well, the only issue is, is there a way to get the chart's name to display?
    – B.Wayne
    Sep 22, 2016 at 19:54
  • @B.Wayne updated code
    – sfdc
    Sep 22, 2016 at 20:20

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