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Moving a jqGrid inside an iframe?

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I have an existing jqGrid but need to move it into an iframe so the scrolling can function properly on the jqGrid.

What is the syntax to do this?

And does the fact that HTML5 iframe does not support scrolling present a problem? Or hopefully it's the jqGrid that supports scrolling and the iframe needs to be the container, so an HTML5 iframe will work fine??

I am using Razor inside a cshtml file.

Thanks.
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If you embed something into an iFrame, the "parent" will have no access to the "child" content. What you should look into doing is putting it in a fixed height div with the overflow set to scroll.
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