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<iframe> Tag Problem.


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Hi for all!! :)

<html><body><iframe src="http://www.google.com/" width="100%"></iframe><iframe src="http://www.gmail.com/" width="100%"><iframe><iframe src="http://www.mediafire.com/" width="100%"><iframe></body></html>

There are some sites like "mediafire.com" and "gmail.com" that when I put them into the <iframe> element and use the browser to open the page, instead of the page will open in its frame as the statement in the source code request, it is opened in the whole browser window. Can someone help me to know how to avoid this?

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Specifically, Gmail has the following code in a script:if (top.location != self.location) { top.location = self.location.href;}This obliterates your frame structure and replaces the contents of the whole window (top.location) with their page. It can't be stopped. It seems unfair, I realize, but remember that frames are deprecated.

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Specifically, Gmail has the following code in a script:if (top.location != self.location) { top.location = self.location.href;}This obliterates your frame structure and replaces the contents of the whole window (top.location) with their page. It can't be stopped. It seems unfair, I realize, but remember that frames are deprecated.
Hello you!!Firstly thanks you about your response!!! :) Secondly, is this script code that you gave here writed at Javascript?In addition, I didn't understand why did you say that frames are deprecated while at the W3school's tutorial this is not mentioned. Edited by atar
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The tutorial mentions that they are permitted in Transitional and Frameset DTDs but not allowed in the Strict DTD.Both the Transitional and Frameset DTDs are only around to ensure backwards compatibility with pages that were developed many years ago.

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