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Re: Any way to form a URL to populate an iFrame?

Hmm. I think I see what you mean. I was thinking in terms of some PHP. Pass a URL with a %load=someURL in it. Then PHP would form up the iframe tag and insert
gordonreeder
Dec 7, 2014
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11353

Re: Any way to form a URL to populate an iFrame?

Hello, Easiest way would be to use javascript. In your main page you'd have javascript that would receive a string: say you want to tell someone in an email
Franki
Dec 4, 2014
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11352

Any way to form a URL to populate an iFrame?

So, now that I have my favorite recipes all formatted and presented in a nice page with embedded iFrames. I find that I need to pass a URL (in an e-mail, say)
gordonreeder
Dec 4, 2014
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11351

Re: If not framesets, then what?

And here if finaly is... it took long enough. But I had to stop to do taxes, then I had to upgrade my computers from Win XP, the garden needed planting, summer
gordonreeder
Sep 30, 2014
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11350

Re: If not framesets, then what?

I have uploaded a file to the files area that shows how I got the thing working. It's called Recipie_skel_no_nav_div.HTML (don't ask). It doesn't work (other
gordonreeder
Feb 18, 2014
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11349

Re: If not framesets, then what?

Well, So good so far. I've sort of got the thing working. The menue structure works well with the menue links targeting the sidebar or the main content window
gordonreeder
Feb 16, 2014
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11348

Re: If not framesets, then what?

Well, yes. Of course there is PHP on the server. I did consider using PHP includes to place the menues in the documents. But, for various reasons I decided not
gordonreeder
Feb 15, 2014
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11347

Re: If not framesets, then what?

It isn't just PHP. This could work with any web based scripting language (or .NET). Don't disregard JS. There are so many websites now using things like
David Colliver
Feb 14, 2014
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11346

Re: If not framesets, then what?

Do you by any chance have PHP available on the server? If so, another route you could take is using some sort of query string that identifies the content, and
bestvideosever
Feb 14, 2014
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11345

Re: If not framesets, then what?

Hi, Dave. Good to see that I'm not the only one hanging out around here. I've been trying to figure this out for the better part of the last week. As far as I
gordonreeder
Feb 14, 2014
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11344

Re: If not framesets, then what?

Yes, you can do that, but you will require javascript or jquery. Alternatively, I think IFrames are still around to work with and I think you can target
David Colliver
Feb 13, 2014
#11344
 
11343

If not framesets, then what?

I am redoing my web site and there is a section of it that is heavily dependent on framesets. There is a menu in the sidebar that selects articles to display
gordonreeder
Feb 12, 2014
#11343
 
11342

css drop down help

Hi I got a free css drop down from freecssmenu.com couple of slight problems 1. it dosent fit all the way across the width 2. my footer is out of line any
Eugene
Feb 27, 2013
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11341

Re: Looking for a php calculator for my website.

Yes thanks ________________________________ From: Gordon Reeder To: cightml@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday, October 29, 2012 7:57 PM
Jerykah
Nov 13, 2012
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11340

Re: Looking for a php calculator for my website.

A quick Google search of "Javascript Calculator" yeilded plenty of hits. As did a search of "PHP Caalculator". Plenty of cut and paste scripts, tutorials, etc.
Gordon Reeder
Oct 29, 2012
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