On Mon, Mar 03, 2008 at 01:56:00PM -0800, Eric Miraglia wrote:
> I'd recommend using an iFrame for this implementation. The page
> you're capturing doubtless has a lot of HTML structure to it, some of
> which is being affected by Grids styling. There are other reasons,
> too, why an iframe might be a more predictable and secure solution to
> the problem. However, with respect to Grids, it may require a lot of
> effort stripping out the <html>, <body> and other tags from the page
> you're absorbing -- and that, in turn, could affect the way that
> page's CSS functions.
Thank you, Eric.
I had basically come to that conclusion myself. I do need to be able to
create "context menus" ( right-click menus ) within the captured page,
but I suspect that I will be able to do this much more easily than using
the "new window" procedure that was already being used.
I also discovered the HTML "<object ></object >" tags, but I can't seem
to get the "captured page" to render. I keep getting 404 errors, and it
doesn't seem to respect the size of the enclosing <div >, as the W3
documentation seems to suggest it should. ( at present, the 404 error is
showing in a micro-window, well inside the boundaries of the 3/4 grid
frame. I was using the captured page's contents, as returned by CURL,
as the "data" component of the "<object>". No go.