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Page viewer in html

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Guys,
I was just wondering if Joomla has any usable extension or html has the capability to generate functionality like "Page Viewer Webpart" in "SharePoint". I have a Joomla site and there are few image links. On click I need to open them within my parent window so that it loads under the body and header of parent is intact (like in iframe). These links are external to my site. Any suggestions? Is this feasible? Thanks in advance.
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Nope.. This is not possible with Joomla.
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