What I want to do is access a remote web page via DOM and read some of the data by loading it into an IFrame. However I get an access denied message. Apparently you cannot have read access to an IFrame if it contains a foriegn domain.
Originaly my plan was to manipulate the information via DOM from an Iframe so if thats not an option, is there a way to store a web page in a text var and read it via the DOM that way?
Or perhaps another way? What do you guys think is the best way to accomplish this?
I want to write a script that will read a .php file on a remote server and print to the current page a portion of the text contained in the remote file. I am just wondering what the best method is for reading from a file in this case - the file is only a few bytes long. I've seen a tutorial or two that only tangentially addresses my problem, and even then each one has varied greatly as to which object they utilize.
I am trying to read an XML file from a web source to display on my site. I can't get it to work ..GET seems to come up with an error - I tried crossDomain: true with no luck and have tried on a local and web server.
I need setAttribute "src" from main windows to pop-up window (Iframe in it) and also i need to prepload all src files ONCE, so if user ever click to open pop-up and do it againt, its no need to loading againt, can anybody help with the script ... ? Or maybe can sugest me with better method to have same result.
I need a way to read the iframe url even when you navigate to a different page it will read again and keep tracking where the URL is on. Display the URL of the iFRame all the time how would I do this is it possible?
I have a page, in which I have an iFrame. I do not want to scroll the page to see the iFrame properly. My point is to scroll the iFrame in that page so it would change it's position (page inside iFrame).
What won't work: putting a window scrollTo into a iFrame page code (simply because this page is not mine, so i.e.: I have my own page and in iFrame I have stackoverflow.com, and I want it to scroll 100px to the right and 500px to the bottom). I just can't stand spending any more time on figuring it out... Is it even possible? As I read it is. No simple answer: how. Just to state one thing: I do have scrollbar x and y, but I want the iframe to scroll to the exact position to show something on that page inside an iframe. I have no access to the page that is in iframe!
I'm trying to make a script that searches the code within an iframe, then drills down to find the first instance of an image within a specific span. But there's an error in IE, and nothing in firefox. I'm not even getting the error alert, so I'm stumped.
And, inside the iframe, here's the section of code it should be finding an image in... Code: <div id="contentWrapper"><div id="content"> <div class="list-journal-entry-wrapper"> <div class="journal-entry-wrapper post-text authored-by-frontdoorsnews "> <div id="item12614316" class="journal-entry"> <div class="journal-entry-float-day"> <span class="name">Wednesday</span> .....
i guess this isn't really jQuery specific rather than it is a global JS-thing, but I tried general solutions for this and they all did not work so I figured this might be because I'm trying to do this with the $ function.
What I wanna do is this: I have a document with an iFrame. From inside that iFrame I wanna call the $-function of the original (parent) document. I tried so many things like
parent.$ top.$ window.parent / top.$ the stuff above with .document.$
and other stuff but none of that works. So, how do you call $ of the real document from inside an iFrame?
I have an iframe and I load a html page with jquery code.I have 2 checkboxes and I have 2 div in this iframe. That way when someone checks the check boxes it will appentTo html code into the div.I was not able to run any code or get them working. So I just wanted to test if I can do it. So I wrote basic code which is this:[code] I tried that code above. I won't work. It was to detect if the input check box named hosting_Service is checked. If it is checked then it will have a popup window with a message saying ok.I put this code it and tried it. Nothing happens when I click the check box.
I am stuck with an issue of getting my modal to pop up and out of theiframe and show on top of the parent page. I am using the jqModal andyou seem to have answers for everything but this...I have a parent page, that i can not edit, with an iframe thatcontains the logic for the modal. When the the modal is triggered, itonly shows inside of the iframe and i cant seem to get it to pop upover the parent window.This is the ultimate objective:OnLoad of the parent page, if something=true to pop up the modal fromwithin the iframe to show over the parent.I can get it to do everything that i need it to do BUT pop up outsideof the iframe....idk... i think i am just running in circles at thispoint....SO here is the simplified code that is nested inside of the parentiframe.... it loads the modal onLoad of the page, but its inside the
I have this page below which I run locally that is created dynamically: [URL]
As I said this does the job to some extent however it does not leave the focus in a perfect position so that the captcha is readable and the text box visible to type in, as illustrated in the red box in the above image.
I would like to make the pages that appear inside my i-frame to hide the top 20 pixels; something like a negative margin. The idea is that I could put a banner there that will be invisible when the page in viewed in the i-frame, but will show up properly if a user views the page outside of the i-frame. Does anybody know if this is possible, or am I on the wrong track?