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Load Multiple Iframes From A "?url=" String..?


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http://www.url.com/search/result?url=http://www.google.comyou see how this link above will display the website http://www.google.com in one big iframe from the "?URL=" string parameter..how could i code a lil page that will do the same thing.. but instead of just 1 iframe of the URL specified in the "?URL=" string parameter, I would like to make 2 or 3 iframes all displaying the same URL..How could I do this..??
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Hi!I am not quite sure why you would want to do this but I think if you added height="30%" to the iframes that should work, then you could have three of them and 10% of a page for a header. So like this, but three times.

<iframe src ="yourlinklocation.com" width="100%" height="30%"><p>Write something here for people who cant see iframes</p></iframe>

That should work. I can understand 3 iframes to different pages, but why just link to the same one page? Im curious.

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if "iframe.php" is a page, you could get the value of "url" which in your case seems to be google in that example with "GET"then the iframe source would be like.... the URL "http://google.com"with'>http://www.MyWebsite.com/Iframe.php?url=http://google.com"with

src="<?php echo $_GET['url']; ?>"

would turn intosrc="http://google.com"

Edited by smerny
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If I understand what you are saying this is a VERY basic idea of what you need...

<?phpif(isset($_GET['url'])){	echo "<iframe src='".$_GET['url']."' width='500px' height='500px' ></iframe>";	echo "<iframe src='".$_GET['url']."' width='500px' height='500px' ></iframe>";}?>

This should work, but it is not very secure, just an extremely simple answer.

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What is the purpose of this? I'm thinking there's most likely a better way. If you can explain why you need three iframes displaying a page I probably can find an alternative method that works much better.

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im having some issues with the $_GET['url'] function on some URL strings that already contain the characters "%&=" in them..The URL seems to get truncated and some parts of the URL get cut out..Is there any way to make sure it retains all the characters in the URL string variable after "?url="And is it also true that the Get method is not suitable for large variable values; because the value cannot exceed 100 characters...??

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