I have this code in a page that appears in my iframe if requested from parent:
So, the person clicks a link from the parent, it does a php process in a hidden iframe, which then tells the parent page to refresh. The only problem is that it puts Firefox in a constant loop of refreshing. IE and Chrome work fine. They refresh once and stop.
Though the src code opens the iframe like so: <iframe src="" style="display:none; height:1px;" name="hdplus" id="hdplus"></iframe> Firefox seems to refresh the page with the memory of the child page being in the iframe, constantly looping the child request to refresh the parent.
Why won't Firefox just accept that no page should load in the iframe, as stated in the code? I need to stop this loop, which means I need to get firefox to reset the iframe as it reloads the page.
As a rule, I don't like frames but I'm stuck supporting a web that uses them. I have a page, default.asp, that has a header and body frame: "fHead" and "fBody". What I want to do is to prevent default.asp from ever loading itself into "fBody". Some users still have code that causes this behavior.
my main page consists of frames. i'm using ssi to include copyright info, tos, and a privacy statement at the bottom of each page.
the ssi is working on all regular (ie non-frame) pages, but it doesn't seem to be called or parsed on the main page.
a look at the source shows the ssi call just sitting there, doing nothing. has anyone dealt with this before? i didn't think it mattered if an ssi was called from within a framed page, but i might be wrong.
i suppose i can just use the actual html for that one page but i'd rather just be able to use ssi since it's used through out the rest of the site.
Let me just start by saying... and I truly do mean this... I HATE frames. Now that I have that out of my system, unfortnualty I do not have a choice and am forced to use the complex structure that I am so SO needing help with. My framesets look like this
--------------------- | title | |-------------------- | buttons | |-------------------- | base | |--------------------
inside the base frame I have ANOTHER frameset... split into frmLeft and frmRight... now if your mind isnt tied into knots... I am sure this will do it... I have a button called 'add category', which is on the buttons frame. When I click the button, I get a popup with the details... I add the category details... then I need the frame titled frmLeft to refresh. Is this possible?
I apologize if this is not the right group for this, but I saw some other messages on this topic in here, so thought I'd take a shot in the dark...
I am running IE 6, XP, SP2. When I connect to certain sites that use inline frames, I get the message 'Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.'
The aggravating thing is I recently bought multiple Dell computers, have 2 in the room with me right now, haven't touched a thing browser-wise on either, and it works fine on 1 and not the other. Same OS, same IE version, etc.
I am using frames - yes frames - I do not know how to do anything but and I know that there is better out there......but........ I am trying to set a frame so that it automatically puts a page corresponding to the month in that frame (a calendar) Code:
Suppose I have a page, call in parent.html . Inside, there is an iframe, call it child.html . I want it so that in response to a keyboard event in either parent or child, child.html will respond in a particular way.
Do I need to use a different set of code for each html page, or can I reuse the same code?
If the code is different, what are the fundamental differences in code?
How do I make one frame respond to events in a different frame as a general rule?
You people might have seen some calendars used in sites float every where when the mouse moves.I don't know whether it's a frame or layer.My question is i need to use something like that in my site too.Just now i'm submtting some form values in a pop up window.I need to replace this with that kind of frames or layers.So how to make frames moving.U people help me find a sample code for a floatable frame.I've searched for this in google but i'm not getting a desired result.I need to know the site names for tutorials or open source code for this floatable frames.
how do i identify the frames?.. document.getSelection(); and window.getSelection() only work for the frame the code is on. how do i change these getSelection(); for specific frame? i tried copying code to top frame but doesn't work. i tried changing to this but no success
I have a friend that needs help. They emailed me and said they notice that when there site is in a frame from another site, the cookies do not work. The email prompt pops up even if the person has already set a cookie. If you input an email address it still comes back with null. Do you know why it cannot read the email cookie from within another site, but works fine from his site.
Anyone know what to chnage in this script to fix this?
I'm building a tool for my company and I'm making use of frames in it. I have one frame on the left side and two frames on the right side. I have two forms on the main frame (the left panel) and the user has an option to submit to either frame or to both frames.