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ASP.net Webform prepared for use in other site iframe

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Hi

I am building a web form in ASP.net 4.5  that will be used in another site using an iframe.
Can use a straight webform. Is there anything I need to add to the webform so that it
can be viewed in an iframe on another site?
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No you don't have to do anything specific. All should work fine, I have used it couple times.

Note: If both sites are on different domains, the only thing you won't be able to do is manipulating stuff between two sites via javascript i.e. Cross domain scripting.
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Thanks very much
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