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How to have multiple iframes on a GoDaddy website?

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I have a GoDaddy website. It has multiple iframes. It displays correctly on my own computer, but it does not show the second iframe when displayed on GoDaddy.com.

Can anyone help me?
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Question by:Leonard Gojer
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Can you link me to the site?

Are you sure the site you're trying to iframe allows it?
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by:Leonard Gojer
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Dear Gallitin,
I was making an error. I had spelled something wrong in the HTML. The website works now.

Thank you for trying to help me.
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thanks you for trying to help
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No worries thanks for the points!
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