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Remove explorer sidebar from IFRAME

Posted on 2003-11-12
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I'm using an IFRAME to connect to a ftp site:
<IFRAME name=AddPhotos src="ftp://user:pass@host/dir/" width="100%" height=300>add photos</IFRAME>
It connects fine, the contents are displayed in a windows explorer type of window and on winxp systems the left sidebar is displayed (the on that displays other shortcuts like 'My Network Places', 'My Documents', 'Shared Documents', etc).  Is there anyway to control the IFRAME display to supress the sidebar?
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Question by:deadyak
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af500 earned 65 total points
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I do not think so.... sorry :|
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by:ho_alan
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seems not possible
for setting of the view of FTP sites
u need to set in IE
tools -> internet options -> advance -> allow folder view of FTP

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