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  1. #11
    Senior Member seanmiller's Avatar
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    If you don't have PHP but instead ASP, I think the difference would be...

    HTML Code:
            ' set value for frame
             if ( Request.Querystring("p") == null ) {
                    include = "default.html"
             else {
                    include = Request.Querystring("p") & ".html"
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
        <title> Test for iframe url passthrough, main page </title>
        <iframe id="myiframe" src="<%=include%>" width="400" height="400" frameborder="yes">Sorry your browser doesn't support Inline Frames.  Please consider donating your computer to a museum and upgrading.</iframe>
    ...but I'm no ASP expert so this may be entirely wrong.



  3. #12
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    I'm really not up to speed with php and asp atm. I liked how simple the javascript was but it causes an issue that breaks the links when their put on the page that the iframe loads on.

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