how do i add an iframe ?

  • Sohaib
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How do i add an iframe, so i can open web pages in index content area
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<iframe src="page.html"></iframe>

their are also other attributes you can add to it, such as height, width, borders, etc
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Also:

If you need to link something to the container page use "parent." :)
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oh crap i almost forgot the most important part:
Quote:
<iframe src="page.html" name="iframe"></iframe>


then on the main site when you want to load something into the iframe, use the tag:
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<a href="blah.html" target="iframe">link</a>
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<iframe src="page.html" width="XX" height="XX"></iframe>
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i do believe thats already been established :)
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Just my 2 cents.
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try this <iframe name="banner" scrolling="no" noresize target="contents">

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