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Can I display a dynamic web page in a IFrame?

Posted on 2009-06-30
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I have a dynamic web page named Frame that before the page loads runs a query and then displays a list of 100 products. Is there some code or button that I could use on another webpage that has an IFrame that points to the "src" page "Frame" display the the data in the IFrame? I hope this makes sense. I am currently using MYSQL database server with Dreamweaver. I have the two pages working separately and this is okay BUT we are trying to figure out a way if possible to display this in an iframe. Any help will be aprreciated.
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Rick
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you can use this

<IFRAME SRC="http://www.yourdomain/frame.php?parameter=1" WIDTH=450 HEIGHT=100>
If you can see this, your browser doesn't
understand IFRAME.  However, you can use this <A HREF="http://www.yourdomain/frame.php?parameter=1" target='Blank'>link</A>
you to the file.
</IFRAME>


if the user can't see iframes than thay will see a link that opens in a new window

i hope that it's what you wanted
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