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Thread: Inline Frame - IE vs Firefox Login problem

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    Inline Frame - IE vs Firefox Login problem

    Kirupians:
    Ok, Here is the problem:
    There is an inline frame built into the "login" page.
    The user logs in INSIDE this iframe.
    When using Firefox, you can log in fine.

    Using IE, you can't... It redirects the user attempting to log-in back to the original page.

    What in the heck is goin on here!?

    JM

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    No idea, maybe you could show us. :/

  3. #3
    Aye.

    And no-one uses IFRAMES anymore. Well, I mean I wouldn't.

  4. #4
    whats your code... sounds like a targeting problem
    have you tried "_top" as a target?

    iFrames rock!!!!!
    Last edited by bootiteq; March 11th, 2006 at 01:11 PM.

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