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window.frameElement -> Access is Denied


BryanHood
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The following code snippet is in one of my JavaScripts:

    function ResizeMe(idGrid, ExtraWidth, ExtraHeight)    {  if(window.frameElement != null)  {      if(window.frameElement.tagName == "IFRAME") 	 {

If I run the above code without any kind of Frames, it works fine. However, when the page loads inside a frame, I get an "Access is Denied" error whenever I try to reference the window.frameElement object.I am only developing this for IE, so I don't have to worry about Mozilla or Opera.Help!Thanks, Bryan

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here is some JS to check the size and resize if necessary

var scr_w = screen.availWidth;var scr_h = screen.availHeight;var browseWidth, browseHeight;if (document.all){   browseWidth=document.body.clientWidth;   browseHeight=document.body.clientHeight;}else{   browseWidth=window.outerWidth;   browseHeight=window.outerHeight;}if (scr_w != browseWidth|| scr_h != browseHeight) {   window.resizeTo(scr_w, scr_h);   window.moveTo(0, 0);}

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