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How do I animate a div on the parent of my iframe using Jquery?

Posted on 2011-05-09
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I have a main page and on it I have an iframe and a div.
Inside the iframe I have an external html page with a button on it.
Using this button inside the iframe how do I animate the div on my parent page?

I have tried something like this:
$(document).ready(function(){
      $("a").click(function(){
            $("top").contents().find("#iFrameID").animate({"top": "-450px"},{ queue:false, duration:800, easing:"quartEaseInOut"});
      });
});

This does not work. Could anyone show me how to fix this code?
I am attaching the Jquery files I am using.

jquery.animation.easing.js
jquery-1.5.2.js
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Question by:badwolfff
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by:robasta
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by:badwolfff
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thanks for the idea robasta
doesn't work
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I found a workaround myself:

create a function

function move(){
     $("#iFrameID").animate({"top": "-450px"},{ queue:false, duration:800, easing:"quartEaseInOut"});
}

and I run it using top.move

However it is strange that no one at this forum or on the jquery forum knew how to sort this simple problem considering that we all use iframes and this kind of problem should be pretty common.

thanks all anyway for trying
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by:badwolfff
ID: 35783918
I worked it out myself
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