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Dynamic Resizable iFrame Solution Release Candidate 1

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Announcements This should help your iframes dynamically resize on every new page load... Don't go crazy :)
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<html>
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If you can add an improvement or enhancement to this script you're 1000% free to go ahead with it, just please
send your updates to vbgunz about your modifications to dexterslab@vbgunz.com... If you need the official script
you can try Geeklog for "dynamic resizable iframe" or email dexterslab@vbgunz.com for a copy.
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1a. Updates and modifications
1a. Introduction
2a. Thanks
3a. Geeklog installation instructions

1a. Introduction
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This is a dynamic resizable iframe script... It resizes the iframe every time a new link within that iframe
is clicked... It works on IE6 and on Mozilla 1.2 and should work on Netscape 6+ browsers...

This script is only able to render iframes for the same domain or host... if localhost is hosting this script
it will only work calling in a localhost page... localhost cannot call 127.0.0.1 or 192.168.0.1 and vice versa.
Google has the better explaination at http://www.google.com/search?q=iframe%20cross%20domain%20script

2a. Thanks
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Major thanks to Kenny9336 at http://www.experts-exchange.com for the constructing of over 99% of this script...
Major thanks to Creator over at http://www.geeklog.net for suggesting a most powerful enhanced improvement...
Major thanks to vbgunz for 3 days in modifying this script over at Dexter's lab dexterslab@vbgunz.com
Major thanks to gator4life at http://www.experts-exchange.com for the explaination of iframe cross scripting...

3a. Geeklog installation instructions
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Login and go to your static page section... Paste this script into the window and only change the iframe
src="http://localhost/" value to match your domain and directory... http://yourdomain.com/directory... You can
also modify whether scrolling and scroll are to be yes and margin widths, etc...

That's it... Happy iframing :)

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<head><title>Container</title>
<script language="JavaScript">
function iFrameHeight() {
if(document.getElementById && !(document.all)) {
h = document.getElementById('iframename').contentDocument.body.scrollHeight;
document.getElementById('iframename').style.height = h;
}
else if(document.all) {
h = document.frames('iframename').document.body.scrollHeight;
document.all.iframename.style.height = h;
}
}
</script>
</head>
<iframe onLoad="iFrameHeight();" src="http://localhost/" scrolling="no" scroll="no" id="iframename" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0" style="width:100%;"></iframe>
</body>
</html>

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Thanks Geeklog for the superb community and application ;)