Re: [HTML-on-the-WEB] Yahoo Calender
Well the first link the given code gives some weird message screen so
perhaps something relating to yahoo and the way they handle the calender
feature perhaps as I only get it when I try and block the redirect.
And yeah have not adjusted the frame at all as not been able to get the
calender to display in it so not been able to adjust it yet.
As for the iframe I'm not really targeting the site to cell phones due
to the nature and content of the site so......
I might just use google's calender as I know their embeds just fine
without this redirect issue!
On 3/30/2013 10:52 AM, Thomas Hruska wrote:
> On 3/30/2013 7:22 AM, Scottish2 wrote:
> > And yeah I must have been half asleep as I usually ditch all the excess
> > coding but must have slept through that but that said it is still
> > redirecting to the calender rather then displaying it on the page
> Hmm....this is an interesting problem. This may be relevant:
> Is Yahoo Calendar busting out of its iframe? Hard to tell, but the
> target URL has "?reload" in it. (This doesn't solve your other problem,
> BTW, with iframe sizing.) You have some whitespace in between the
> 'iframe' open and close tags. Try removing that. Other than that, I
> probably causing the page to jump out of the iframe and over to Yahoo's
> full site. IMO, this should not really be possible in the first place.
> During my searches, I ran into:
> The last reply there is...bizarre. Abuse of the 'object' tag. I don't
> recommend it nor see how it will help.
> IMO, the best approach is to just link to the target website. With
> mobile devices consuming up to 50% of casual traffic on the web (in some
> cases), iframes are a really bad website development strategy going
> Thomas Hruska
> CubicleSoft President
> I've got great, time saving software that you might find useful.
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