Auto-resize HTML frame depending on window size

hi,

I'd like the resize this frame depending on the window size, how can i do this?

URL: http://enex.net/autorecon/fusion/bm_network.html

<iframe width="1000" height="600" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://fusiontables.google.com/embedviz?containerId=googft-gviz-canvas&amp;viz=GVIZ&amp;t=GRAPH&amp;gc=true&amp;gd=true&amp;sdb=1&amp;rmax=100000&amp;q=select+col0%2C+col2+from+1pNOeGhfGxNU9RvFgGMC5egdSprZL-6q50jt9anr5&amp;qrs=+where+col0+%3E%3D+&amp;qre=+and+col0+%3C%3D+&amp;qe=&amp;uiversion=2&amp;state=%7B%22ps%22%3A%221_0_1w_1_t_3a_1_x_-f_u_5_k_d_w_-c_1_m_13_-u_12_-16_b_16_e_-1i_8_2j_s_9_2o_m_4_1n_y_3_1x_-10_2_10_-c_a_2p_-j_6_20_z_q_1d_-q_b_2l_-p_c_1a_s_d_2a_-x_e_2s_-c_f_1t_11_g_27_z_y_3z_-k_i_1q_-x_j_23_-x_k_2t_-3_l_2d_v_n_2f_-s_o_15_-j_p_11_e_r_1j_-w_s_2r_g_u_1g_w_v_y_-4_13_-15_1f_z_46_9_10_3z_n_11_46_-6_1_z_5_14_-p_1p_15_-1b_z_7_2t_8_17_-e_-1x_h_15_m_%22%2C%22cx%22%3A85.96027096386045%2C%22cy%22%3A8.76855179300828%2C%22sw%22%3A639.789842687397%2C%22sh%22%3A245.5175468552088%2C%22z%22%3A0.999142241431289%7D&amp;gco_forceIFrame=true&amp;gco_hasLabelsColumn=true&amp;width=1000&amp;height=600"></iframe>

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Julian HansenCommented:
You can make the iframe the size of the window by doing this
body, html {
  height: 100%;
  min-height: 100%;
}
iframe {
  height: 100%;
  width: 100%;
  border: 0;
}

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However that is only going to affect the size of the container. The height of the content is specified by the parameters passed to it in the URL so to fix that you are going to need to send it the right width and height which means we need to use JavaScript
<script>
document.addEventListener('load', function() {
  var iframe = document.getElementsByTagName('iframe');
  var width = window.innerWidth;
  var height = window.innerHeight;
  var src = iframe[0].src;
  var newsrc = src.replace(/width=(\d+)&height=(\d+)/,'width=' + width+ '&height=' + height);
  iframe[0].src = newsrc;
}
</script>

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Here is a full listing
<html>
<head>
<style type="text/css">
* {
	margin: 0;
	padding: 0;
}
body, html {
  height: 100%;
  min-height: 100%;
}
iframe {
  height: 100%;
  width: 100%;
  border: 0;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>
<iframe scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://fusiontables.google.com/embedviz?containerId=googft-gviz-canvas&amp;viz=GVIZ&amp;t=GRAPH&amp;gc=true&amp;gd=true&amp;sdb=1&amp;rmax=100000&amp;q=select+col0%2C+col2+from+1pNOeGhfGxNU9RvFgGMC5egdSprZL-6q50jt9anr5&amp;qrs=+where+col0+%3E%3D+&amp;qre=+and+col0+%3C%3D+&amp;qe=&amp;uiversion=2&amp;state=%7B%22ps%22%3A%221_0_1s_1_x_-k_s_t_37_1_5_g_c_w_-f_-2_m_12_-x_12_-1a_8_16_h_-1o_8_2f_t_9_2j_n_4_1j_y_3_1u_-z_2_w_-c_a_2m_-i_6_1w_y_q_18_-p_b_2i_-o_c_16_s_d_27_-x_e_2p_-b_f_1p_11_g_23_10_h_11_m_i_1n_-x_j_20_-w_k_2q_-1_l_28_v_n_2c_-r_o_10_-j_p_x_f_r_1f_-v_s_2n_h_u_1c_w_v_u_-4_13_-19_1c_z_42_9_10_3v_o_11_43_-6_1_v_5_14_-u_1n_15_-1g_w_7_2p_9_17_-8_-29_y_3v_-k_%22%2C%22cx%22%3A85.96027096386045%2C%22cy%22%3A8.76855179300828%2C%22sw%22%3A639.789842687397%2C%22sh%22%3A245.5175468552088%2C%22z%22%3A0.999142241431289%7D&amp;gco_forceIFrame=true&amp;gco_hasLabelsColumn=true&amp;width=1000&amp;height=600"></iframe>
<script>
window.addEventListener('load', function() {
  var iframe = document.getElementsByTagName('iframe');
  var width = window.innerWidth;
  var height = +window.innerHeight - 0;
  var src = iframe[0].src;
  var newsrc = src.replace(/width=(\d+)&height=(\d+)/,'width=' + width+ '&height=' + height);
  console.log(newsrc);
  iframe[0].src = newsrc;
});
</script>
</body>

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However, if you have control over the iframe src you can just leave the width and height off and add it like this - much simpler

<script>
window.addEventListener('load', function() {
  var iframe = document.getElementsByTagName('iframe');
  iframe[0].src += '&width=' + window.innerWidth + '&height=' + window.innerHeight;
});
</script>

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Sandy LockeCommented:
Remove the local width and height attributes from the tag and use CSS to specify them.  Then you can use media queries to specify alternate CSS based on the width of the device used for viewing. you could also do the change during load with javascript to test viewport width and either change the specific attributes or swap classes.  If you use javascript you will need to add an id to the iframe tag so you can get a handle on it.
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xeniumAuthor Commented:
Great thanks, I'm new to javascript, could you link to an example page that does, and mention the main elements, so I can try to copy the code over?
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xeniumAuthor Commented:
Great thanks a lot, that works :-)
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Julian HansenCommented:
You are welcome.
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