Add another Website to the own Website

Good Day

I’m trying to help one of my colleagues. He is trying to add a page to his website that he already has paid.
We both are not having knowledge of building websites. We do this with a kind of web-o-mat software. There for we just need to add the HTML part and the software will do everything for us. This is not a professional Website because he is not having much money for that.

The code we tried:

<p>
    &#160;
</p>

<p>
    <iframe frameborder="1" height="620" id="REALNAME" marginheight="1" marginwidth="1" name="REALNAME" scrolling="yes" src=
    "http://www.autoscout24.ch/Search/DetailIndustry.aspx?lng=de&amp;accountid=63407&amp;tabid=25439&amp;vehtyp=10" width="700"></iframe><br />
    Click Here to <strong><a href="http://www.wori-automobiles.com">Get back</a></strong>
</p>

<table border="0">
    <tbody>
        <tr>
            <td colspan="3">
                &#160;
            </td>
        </tr>
    </tbody>
</table>

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And now it looks like this:

http://www.wori-automobiles.com/test

I think most parts in the code is not needed. Can a HTML Expert please help us to clean the code. At the last it must look so:

want.pdf

This code must work with all Browsers.

Best Regards
Awawada
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
Replace the
<iframe frameborder="1" height="620" id="REALNAME" marginheight="1" marginwidth="1" name="REALNAME" scrolling="yes" src=
    "http://www.autoscout24.ch/Search/DetailIndustry.aspx?lng=de&amp;accountid=63407&amp;tabid=25439&amp;vehtyp=10" width="700"></iframe><br />

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with
<iframe frameborder="1" height="3620" id="REALNAME" marginheight="1" marginwidth="1" name="REALNAME" scrolling="no" src=
    "http://www.autoscout24.ch/Search/DetailIndustry.aspx?lng=de&amp;accountid=63407&amp;tabid=25439&amp;vehtyp=10" width="1700"></iframe><br />

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Dirty hack (make width and height big enough to fit content) but it should work.

HTH,
Dan
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awawadaAuthor Commented:
Dan you are great!

http://www.wori-automobiles.com/autos/

Is it possible to show only this part:

new.pdf  ?
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
Glad it helped.

You cannot remove the image header from that frame (so it looks like in your pdf) using only HTML.
You would need some kind of Javascript that runs immediately after the iframe loads to remove or hide that header. That would probably create more problems than it solves ("jumping" page while it loads, compatibility issues across browsers etc).

So, in short: no, I don't think it is possible to show just that part using plain HTML.

What you can do is talk to the admins at www.autoscout24.ch to create a page for you without the header/picture and then load that page. That would solve your problem

HTH,
Dan
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awawadaAuthor Commented:
You are the best.
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