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Load An iFrame without having a history

Posted on 2004-04-15
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Hi guys, I wonder if i can disable the page history in iFrames..

I have a Main.asp
in this page, there is a iFrame that calls another URL

When the iFrame loads another page (e.g. DeleteWorkSpace.asp),
it would save DeleteWorkSpace.asp into the history which i dun want it to happen.

Is there a solution?

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Below is my IFrame :

<iframe name='contentFRM3' id='contentFRM3' width='0%' height='0%' frameborder='0' scrolling='no' frameSpacing='0'></iframe>
<div id='contentLayer3' style='position:absolute; width:345px; height:115px; z-index:1; left: 186px; top: 304px'></div>


And I use javascript to load an page into that iframe :

document.getElementById('contentFRM3').src = "deleteWS.asp"

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How am i gonna write to disable the page history from being load?

I've used
<%
      response.Expires = -1
      response.Expiresabsolute = Now() - 2
      response.AddHeader "pragma","no-cache"
      response.AddHeader "cache-control","private"
      response.CacheControl = "no-cache"
%>
but its useless, its still stores the history.....

Hope u guys can help me, thanX.


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Question by:FantasyEx
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by:Zvonko
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Did you try:

document.getElementById('contentFRM3').location = "deleteWS.asp"

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by:alambres
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document.getElementById('contentFRM3').location.replace("deleteWS.asp");
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by:alambres
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better :

<body onunload="document.getElementById('contentFRM3').location.replace('about:blank');">

location.replace(newURL)  does not add newURL to history just overwrite the previous, if you overwrite the current url for the iframe with another  it disappear from the navigation history
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devic earned 250 total points
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<%

   Response.CacheControl="no-cache"
   Response.AddHeader "Pragma","no-cache"
   Response.Expires=0

%>
for me this works fine.
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by:robotman757
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I agree with devic. Plus it is all ASP which I think is better in this case...IMHO

Dan
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