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tracking activity inside an iframe

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i have a website and i am displaying content from another website inside an iframe. is there any way i can track what the user does inside that iframe? i have no control over the site that is displayed in there.
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  No you cant do this.There are some scripts that gives feedback about visitor's mouse movements but thats not actually you are looking for.
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