How would i change iframe content from another? ? I just need the 1 line code not a whole example, what i have atm is the page refreshes and a new variable is given i want the variable displayed on another iframe.
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?
My website uses a very tall iframe to display catalog pages from an external website. I'm using iframes here to make it look like the external catalog pages are on my webpages.
The problem is that when a visitor goes to my page, scrolls down to view all the contents inside the iframe, and then clicks a link inside the bottom of the iframe to goto the next page, that next catalog page will load inside the iframe, but the visitor will still be looking at the bottom of the iframe on my website, and thus has to scroll up to the top of my website to see the top of the iframe's contents.
To see exactly what I mean, go here, scroll down, and click the next page link: [URL]
How can I make it so when someone clicks a link inside the iframe, that the page with the iframe automatically scrolls to the top appearing as if the whole website has refreshed?
i got a page with menus on top and an iframe in the middle of this page. Now what i want to know is how can i change iframe's content when i click on the menu's hyperlinks. Like when i click the "About" in the menu i want to see about.html in iframe.
I'm trying to make the background color change to white after the iframe is triggered. right now it sits transparent on the page but after the iframe is triggered i want the background to be white. is there a way to do this? i dont know much about java but im assuming this would be something to use java for
For my projet I need to creat an editor WYSIWYG (as CKeditor or WYMeditor [jQuery]) and after must research i see editor need iFrame for functioning.I don't understand when i can access to ifram..This is the creat code :
var myIframe = $('<iframe id="frame_'+myId+'" name="frameName_'+myId+'" frameborder="no" width="500" height="100">'); var myEditorBody = $('<div class="K_editor_body"></div>');
I have a handle to the editor using either one of these:
I'm trying to make my body content scroll at the same time as an iframe located within the body. This has to do with the age old problem of mouse focus on iframes. When my mouse reaches the iframe and it takes over focus, I would like the body to keep scrolling until the iframe is right at the top of the screen. After that I want to relinquish focus to the iframe. I don't mind if the iframe starts scrolling as soon as the mouse reaches it, so long as the main body keeps scrolling for a while.
I know that we can combine 2 pages into one, but i dont know what exact terms it called or say open and hide?
Getting to the poiint; I have a 'index.html' document that creates 3 iframes, each within a row of a 1 column, 3 row table. So I have a top (frame1), middle,(frame2) and bottom(frame3). Frame1 src="header.html" is a descriptive banner. Frame2 src="Start.html" is where the real application does all the work. Frame3 src="footer.html" is a footer, that may contain 1 or more images or small buttons.
I will include the code for index.html at the end:
What I can't seem to do is have "start.html" change the content or src of frame1, recall start.html is the src of frame2. When a button within a form within start.html is pressed (onclick), a cgi (c program) outputs new html into frame2, a mainmenu of buttons. Now frame2 contains a list of buttons, and I want frame1 to contain text "Main Menu". Likewise, in the mainmenu, when the settings button is pressed a cgi program will output the settings HTML to frame2, and I want frame1 to contain the text "Settings".
Sure, the cgi program could change/re-write the contents of "header.html", but whats the best method, and then, how to reload the iframe, or change it's src.
The content is coming from an Ajax request. The content gets used more than once on the page for other purposes which is why I don't simply change the iframe src--I have to do an ajax request regardless so I'm trying to avoid multiple calls.
After I load the content, I need modify the height of the iframe so it fits snuggly around the content.
Calculating the height isn't a problem with the exception that it's not always correct and I think it's because the calculation is happening before images have downloaded.
I don't seem to be able to rely on a `load` or `ready` event to delay the calculation. The load event is the only one that tiggers on a change of iframe content, but it doesn't see the new content.
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?