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Thread: iFrame problem

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    iFrame problem

    I'm having a problem with the url that loads into my iframe. It begins to load into the page with the iframe, then the content separates itself from the iframe, and loads within the full browser window.

    Is there a way to stop this url from coming out of my iframe?

    Here's the address:

    http://www.test.ruxerauto.com/invent...avy_truck.html

    thanks for any help

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    cool, jasper...

    anyway, how about some code from the container page. cant seem to get the view source before the iframe takes over.

  3. #3
    Hmm, why not, use PHP instead of iFrame? Have you tried loading the page in FireFox? iFrames can be a mess sometimes on FireFox. If you need any alternative, you can pvt msg me.

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