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  1. #1
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    I'm looking for a solution of a following problem:

    I need to set a target for a link on page A to an iFrame on page B. In other words:

    I have 3 .html files: A.html, B.html and C.html

    A.html contains a standard link (it is my opening "index.html" page). B.html contains an iFrame defined as "imain". My aim is to put a link on page A.html which will display page C.html within the iFrame on page B.html.

    I know I could simply define the src of the iFrame as "C.html" but that would make this iFrame "static". The point is I have a dosen links on page A.html and would like for them all to link me with page B.html with just the content of the iFrame changing respectively.

    I hope I managed to explain it well enough. I'm looking forward to any suggestions.


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    Wow! That was confusing.

    If I understood correctly, your link on page a.html goes to page c.html which is in the iframe of b.html .. is that it?

    I don't think you can do that actually?

    Maybe if you gave us a link to the site we could try and figure it out?
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    thank you for responding!

    Quote Originally Posted by karinne
    Wow! That was confusing.
    you're right... it is confusing

    here is a link to the homepage (a.html) -

    the page (b.html) with the iframe (source = c.html) is here -

    c.html loads an events calendar provided by if you click on one of the events it loads the detail within the same iframe. no problems here.

    you'll notice on the homepage a.html that i have a "Preview of Upcoming Events" area containing links that I'd like to do the following:

    open b.html and load the specific event info into the iframe which houses the default calendar view... instead of the iframe being c.html it could be d, e, f, g.html... depending on what link they clicked on from the Upcoming Events area on the homepage. (i can obtain the specific URL for each event detail from the trumba calendar)

    does this help?

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