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Posted on 2000-03-07
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Hi,
I want to create a IFrame tag using DHTML.My Iframe tag will contain clse button,back button,forward button,collapse button and expand button.
I would be glad if anyone help me out.
How can I make this using DHTML?.Any ideas/suggestions will be greatly helpful for me.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:tmmet
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Michel Plungjan earned 200 total points
ID: 2595533
Why IFRAME???

<DIV ID ="myDiv"></DIV>
<SCRIPT>
if (document.all) {
   text = "";
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="window.close()">Close</BUTTON>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.back()">Back</BUTTON>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.forward()">Forward</BUTTON>';  
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="collapse()">Collapse</BUTTON>';      
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="expand()">Expand</BUTTON>';        
   document.all.myDiv.innerHTML=text;

}
</SCRIPT>


Michel
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by:tmmet
ID: 2596584
Hi,
Thanks for your immediate reply.
I've  to use IFrame as my IFrame contains 2 rows .One for heading and other for contents. Is there any way to split my IFrame into 2 rows?.
Any ides/suggetsions will be grealy helpful for me.
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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 2596713
You mean if I can do this with a DIV?

I am not sure what you mean...

<DIV ID ="myDiv"></DIV>
<SCRIPT>
if (document.all) {
text = "";
text += '<BUTTON onClick="window.close()">Close</BUTTON>';
text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.back()">Back</BUTTON>';
text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.forward()">Forward</BUTTON>';    
text += '<BUTTON onClick="collapse()">Collapse</BUTTON>';      
text += '<BUTTON onClick="expand()">Expand</BUTTON>';          
text += '<HR>'
text += '<%=record%>';
document.all.myDiv.innerHTML=text;
}
</SCRIPT>
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by:tmmet
ID: 2596828
Hi,
Thanks for your reply.I know we can use <DIV> tag  and place buttons in it.How can I embed this <DIV> into my IFrame.I used document.all.myIFrame.innerHTML = ...
I'm getting an error. I want to place this DIV tag(which contains the buttons)into my IFrame.Any ideas/suggetsions will be greatly helpful for me.Thanks in advance.
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Author Comment

by:tmmet
ID: 2596908
Hi,
Thanks for your reply.I know we can use <DIV> tag  and place buttons in it.How can I embed this <DIV> into my IFrame.I used document.all.myIFrame.innerHTML = ...
I'm getting an error. I want to place this DIV tag(which contains the buttons)into my IFrame.Any ideas/suggetsions will be greatly helpful for me.Thanks in advance.
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Author Comment

by:tmmet
ID: 2596978
Hi,
Thanks for your reply.I know we can use <DIV> tag  and place buttons in it.How can I embed this <DIV> into my IFrame.I used document.all.myIFrame.innerHTML = ...
I'm getting an error. I want to place this DIV tag(which contains the buttons)into my IFrame.Any ideas/suggetsions will be greatly helpful for me.Thanks in advance.
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Expert Comment

by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 2597761
I get the same. Why do you want iframes? for the scrollbars???

Try this:

<IFRAME NAME="if1" SRC="javascript:' '"></IFRAME>
<SCRIPT>
if (document.all) {
   text = "";
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="window.close()">Close</BUTTON>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.back()">Back</BUTTON>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.forward()">Forward</BUTTON>';    
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="collapse()">Collapse</BUTTON>';        
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="expand()">Expand</BUTTON>';          
   text += '<HR>'
   text += '<%=record%>';
   with (document.if1.document) {
      open()
      write(text);
      close()
   }
}
</SCRIPT>

Michel
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Author Comment

by:tmmet
ID: 2598505
Hi,
Can you please help me out.I want to create 2 div tags inside my iframe at runtime.Any ideas/suggestions will be greatly helpful for me.Thanks in advance.
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Author Comment

by:tmmet
ID: 2598531
Hi,
Can you please help me out.I want to create 2 div tags inside my iframe at runtime.Any ideas/suggestions will be greatly helpful for me.Thanks in advance.
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Expert Comment

by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 2600312
<IFRAME NAME="if1" SRC="javascript:' '"></IFRAME>
<SCRIPT>
if (document.all) {
   text = "";
   text += '<DIV>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="window.close()">Close</BUTTON>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.back()">Back</BUTTON>';
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="history.forward()">Forward</BUTTON>';      
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="collapse()">Collapse</BUTTON>';        
   text += '<BUTTON onClick="expand()">Expand</BUTTON>';
   text += '</DIV>';
   text += '<DIV>';
   text += '<%=record%>';
   text += '</DIV>';
   with (document.if1.document) {
      open()
      write(text);
      close()
   }
}
                    </SCRIPT>
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Author Comment

by:tmmet
ID: 2601648
Hi,
Can you please help me out.I want to create 2 div tags inside my iframe at runtime.Any ideas/suggestions will be greatly helpful for me.Thanks in advance.
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Expert Comment

by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 2601685
Please see the comment!

There are two divs in there

Michel
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