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Load HTML into <DIV>

Posted on 2000-04-03
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I know it's possible to load the contents of a HTML file into a DIV; it's just.... how again? :-)

PS: I know the <layer src=""> tag in NS, I am worrying about the IE code.
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by:ManoloMA
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Try with an include statement:

<!-- #include file="prueba.htm"-->
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by:CJ_S
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use this server side javascript:
<script language=javascript runat=server>
<!--
  var fso, f;
  fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
  f = fso.OpenTextFile("c:\\myfile.html", 1);
  document.write(f.ReadAll());
//-->
</script>
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by:nrico
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I want to do it dynamically.
So I have the same div always, but load it with different contents on user demand.
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by:ManoloMA
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You can use in IE an IFRAME, tyou can chage the src of the IFRAME dynamically, the problem is that NS don't accept IFRAMES
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by:nrico
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I want to do it dynamically.
So I have the same div always, but load it with different contents on user demand.
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by:nrico
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Sorry for that post.
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Yes I know about the IFRAME, but an IFRAME cannot be transparent and "floating divs" won't float over a frame edge.
So that's *definately* not what I need.
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by:nrico
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Sorry for that post.
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Yes I know about the IFRAME, but an IFRAME cannot be transparent and "floating divs" won't float over a frame edge.
So that's *definately* not what I need.
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by:nrico
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Sorry for that post.
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Yes I know about the IFRAME, but an IFRAME cannot be transparent and "floating divs" won't float over a frame edge.
So that's *definately* not what I need.
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by:nrico
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Sorry for that post.
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Yes I know about the IFRAME, but an IFRAME cannot be transparent and "floating divs" won't float over a frame edge.
So that's *definately* not what I need.
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by:nrico
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Wow! My browser is a little @#$#^$$!!ed up it seems!
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Michel Plungjan earned 100 total points
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However use an IFRAME to get the data:

<iframe width=1 height=1 name=myIframe onLoad="document.all.myDiv.innerHTML=this.document.body.innerHTML"></iframe>
<div id=myDiv></div>


Data MUST come from the same server!

Michel
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by:nrico
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I figured that out myself by now, but I'm gonna give you the points anyway :-).
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by:Michel Plungjan
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Thanks - decent of you ;-)

Michel
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