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BACKGROUND: Please perform the following steps, you will see the problem.  The two domains indicated are different folders in the same public_html file.

Step 1:  Open to https://www.grammarcaptive.com/overview.html

Step 2:  Scroll to the bottom and click on the link https://www.hashimori.com

Now, this latter page will open in a browser, if it is accessed directly, but not when accessed from the page indicated in Step 1.

Why is this, and what is the solution?

Roddy

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The link points to this page: https://www.hashimori.com/Emblem/hito.html. Regardless of whether I land on it by clicking the link or by opening it right in by browser, all it shows is nine empty iframes. I see that there is HTML inside the iframes, but browsers never display anything that is between <iframe></iframe> tags.

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OK.  I believe that I have corrected the problem by changing the link.

Please, if I have understood you correctly, you can never point to an internet address located inside an iframe tag and expect it to open.  Is this correct?

Roddy

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You can use an internet address as the src attribute of the iframe and it will work without any problem.

If you write HTML between the iframe tags, that won't work. The browser ignores it. I'm referring to code like this:

<iframe>
  <table>
    <tr>
      <td>...</td>
      <td>...</td>
      <td>...</td>
    </tr>
  </table>
</iframe>

That table gets ignored, the only thing that gets shown in the iframe is whatever is in its src attribute.

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You can use attribute srcdoc to add html, but i feel it might not give desired results.

https://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_iframe_srcdoc.asp

You also have misplaced '--->' and your alt attribute is butted up against width attribute.

It might ony show the html within iframe when browser does not support iframe.

Edited by dsonesuk

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Understood.  Thank you.

Roddy

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Hi, Dsonesuk!

It turns out that I am no longer using the page hito.html, anyway.  Rather, everything is handled by the www.hashimori.com/index.html page.  I had forgotten that I reformatted the site two years ago.  To this point can you explain the very unusual sequencing of gallery figure elements as one traverses back and forth across the various <figure> elements?

Roddy

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On 1/7/2020 at 9:37 AM, iwato said:

To this point can you explain the very unusual sequencing of gallery figure elements as one traverses back and forth across the various <figure> elements? 

?? What unusual sequencing would that be?

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