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How do I load an HTML page in a iFrame from a Flash button command?

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Hi I am trying to load an external page into an iFrame from a flash command.

It loads a page to start and should load additional pages from a flash button.  For some reason it just opens a new page when I click on the button.

Herewith the current HTML code:
<iframe name="load" id="load" SRC="highlights.html" scrolling="no" height="250" width="980" align="middle" frameborder="0"> </iframe>

Flash Code:
btnprof.onPress = function(){
     getURL("profbothma.html", load);
}

Test page url:
http://www.shayamanzi.com/newweb/main.php

I really want this to work because every index section of the site loads additional content from a flash button command.

Designer trying to be a developer!
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Question by:realmark
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you would need quotes around "load":

getURL("profbothma.html", "load")
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by:realmark
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Hi Roonaan

I added the quotes nothing changed still opening in a new page instead of the iframe?

This comment had sort of the same problem then what I have, but I am not sure haow to add the code to apply to my situation:

https://secure.experts-exchange.com/index.jsp?srid=k6wRDy1kDwPTfQMfgitGJg%3D%3D&redirectURL=%2FSoftware%2FPhotos_Graphics%2FWeb_Graphics%2FMacromedia_Flash%2FQ_23005152.html&rsid=20&pid=2479732#a20742792

Thanks
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by:Iced-evil
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add the below code to the html document in the head section:

<script>
function getList(whatPage)
{
      var theFrame = document.getElementById("load");     // load being the ID of the Iframe
      theFrame.src = whatPage;
}
</script>



and the flash code will become :

btnprof.onPress = function(){
getURL("javascript:getList('profbothma.html');");
}
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by:realmark
ID: 21801558
Ok I feel like a real idiot, both your solutions work, I was testing my outcome locally and was not aware that the files requires server side process to work. I loaded them up and it is working!

Thanks allot guys
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by:realmark
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Iframe loading solution
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