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    Hello,
    I have a problem with the chat I have staying in the iframe(which makes it show the layout of chat) after we log in.. If you're already logged in it will show the llayout as you don't have to sign in, but if ur not signed in and once u sign in, when it goes to chat it doesn't stay in the layout...
    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    -Nathaniel

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    Without seeing the site, I'm guessing it's a "target=_ " issue ...

    "_blank"
    "_parent"
    "_self"
    "_top"

    Which one, depending on where the link is located, determines where the focus will end-up.

    ...more info...
    http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/linking/_A_TARGET.html


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    Well I have foudn out it doesn't have a target.. And aparently iframes aren't supposed to have a target i guess.. But the link im having troubles wit is http://www.newbreedjesusfreaks.com/chat.php. If you log in as testing for name and password I'm sure you will see what I mean...

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    I'm using IE6.0

    I couldn't get your site to load ... there is no vertical scroll bar?
    strange ... it pretty much crashed.

    How do you direct content to load into the iframe without a target?

    An iframe can load with a default page and then can be directed to
    load any other page by targetting the iframe.


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    no there is no scroll bar b/c it fits each and everyone screen .. Therefore resulting in no scrollbar..

    How would I target the iframe?

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    That's why it's strange ... I looked using an 800 X 600 browser and there is
    no vertical scroll bar ... and I'm not sure why. It doesn't fit on an 800 X 600 browser.

    Now I can't get the page to appear with FF.

    In any event, to get a target to appear inside your iframe, use:
    target="I1" ... which is what you named your iframe.

    But there are some other weird things going on here. Anyone else have
    problems getting stuff to display on their browsers?


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    It currently doesn't work for ff or mac users.. I have to work on that as well..


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