Tim, I think that is a fine solution, but why not de-couple your iframe contents (your web app) from the page it s being viewed on? You could accomplish thatMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 26, 2006View SourceTim,I think that is a fine solution, but why not de-couple your iframe contents (your web app) from the page it's being viewed on? You could accomplish that by wrapping your iframe in the panel content on the parent window's page, and having the cancel button (or any other global type buttons) reside within said wrapper (top/bottom/etc). That way they also have direct access to the panel object, and you can reuse the iframe markup (include file?) elsewhere.Also I'm guessing you don't want to use the 'stock' close corner button, probably for various UI matching reasons?Hope this helps.-Chrisf.e. engineer, Yahoo! Membership
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2006 2:52 PM
Sorry for answering my own question, but it seems that my secondary
page can call this:
top.YAHOO.swl. f2f.panel. hide();
and the panel does indeed disappear. Is this the best / most
appropriate thing to do?