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Hello new to the forum and new to javascript and anything related to java. I have been looking into iframes and was wanting to take this code <iframe name="I1" src="http://www.maxmoneycasino.com" style="width:100%;height:100%" marginwidth="1" marginheight="1" scrolling="no" border="0" frameborder="0">Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.</iframe></p>and have it in a js file so I can link it with a <script language="Javascript" src="http://gamblefacts.com/redirect.js"> </SCRIPT>I am sorry if this is unclear please post if you need more information.

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put it in a document.write()
or create it with DOM
var iframe = document.createElement("iframe");iframe.setAttribute('height', '100%');iframe.setAttribute('width', '100%');iframe.setAttribute('scrolling', 'no');iframe.setAttribute('frameborder', 0);iframe.setAttribute('marginwidth', 1);iframe.setAttribute('marginheight', 1);iframe.setAttribute('allowtransparency', 'true'); //MSIE transparent backgroundiframe.setAttribute('id', 'I1');iframe.setAttribute('name', 'I1');iframe.setAttribute('longdesc', '');iframe.style.border = 'none';iframe.setAttribute('src', 'http://www.google.ru/');document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0].appendChild(iframe);

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I have been forcing myself away from using document.write because I am finding that it is not performing consistantly in different situations. Sometimes it re-write a new page losing all previous page data before document.write was called and not displaying the content after the call either.And then sometimes it works like a charm...can someone explain why it does this, what the cause is.Until I figure it out I am using the DOM

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Ok so how do I use these examples? The DOM i have no clue how to create this do I put it in tags a file or how? I am wanting a redirect in an iframe but have a src link on another server I want this for search engine perposes.I am 2 hours old in javascript so talk to me like a moron please I dont mind lol.

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Ok so how do I use these examples? The DOM i have no clue how to create this do I put it in tags a file or how?  I am wanting a redirect in an iframe but have a src link on another server I want this for search engine perposes.I am 2 hours old in javascript so talk to me like a moron please I dont mind lol.

DOM-code is ready, no tags or anything else need to add:Copy-paste the code from code-box and save it to file named iframe.jsthen in Your HTML say:<script src="iframe.js" type="text/javascript">//</script>where ever You need iframe (change name and id in DOM-code). No any other tags needed in HTML.Change Your URL here:iframe.setAttribute('src', 'http://www.google.ru/');If there is problems with height change this:iframe.setAttribute('height', '100%');to this:iframe.setAttribute('height', screen.height);or even this:iframe.setAttribute('height', screen.height + 500);
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That's strange i have never had any problems with document.writeor simply

<head><script>function showIt(){ document.body.innerHTML='<iframe src ="http://www.google.com" width="100%"> </iframe>';}</script></head><body onload="showIt()"></body>

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Eep. I wouldn't go rewriting the innerHTML of the body, or appending to it after load.aspnetguy, i've also noticed the rewrite thing, but that's often after the page has loaded and the document has close()'d itself, writing to it would cause a new page to be created.DOM methods are the nicest way, appending to the body or removing that way :)

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