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  1. #1
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    Apr 2005
    Hatfield, England
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    Is there a way of specifying that links pressed within the iframe should be taken to the parent page.

    I have a login box, the script works fine, the problem is that it conflicts with my forum so i need to house it in an external iframe. The problem with this is that links like logout and messages take you to a link within the frame instead of outside it. Would i need javascript to make this happen or is there some sort of built in html voodoo that can make this happen?


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    Apr 2004
    Cottage Grove, Minnesota
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    This explains it pretty good:

    When you get down to the part called "Doing something",
    that shows the references you need to get back to the parent page.

    iframes have a purpose, especially when you want a portion of your
    page to change without refreshing the whole page. But if refreshing
    is not a problem, you could use PHP "include" inside of a CSS <div>
    instead of using an <iframe>. That would solve all of your parent page

    I guess I'm thinking of the way login boxes and special messages appear
    on this forum. I would have to guess they're using PHP includes and not
    using any <iframes>.

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