| 10:21 am on Dec 6, 2000 (gmt 0)|
littleman, I don't think there can be such a code. It would open the door to recursive loops and potential security hazards, by letting you overwrite someone else's page.
Edited by: tedster
| 1:18 am on Dec 7, 2000 (gmt 0)|
Well, that's not good! I actually had to pull the clients pages through my server and strip out the code before I hand it off in the frame. How's that for an elaborate work around?
| 12:33 am on Feb 12, 2001 (gmt 0)|
| 1:44 am on Feb 12, 2001 (gmt 0)|
LOL..and clients pay $ to webmasters to take control, that's what keeps us in business. They give us control when they need us, and we're happy to help.
Which brings up a question. I've seen a lot of graphics sites that I suppose get pulled up in a lot of frames, that have a link saying "if you're trapped here in a frame, click here to break out of it."
Can it ever cause problems to click on those, beyond possibly crashing IE?
Worst thing that ever happened to me was getting trapped on a site and having a graphic on it set itself as wallpaper on my computer - I actually got frantic over it.
| 2:01 am on Feb 12, 2001 (gmt 0)|
you could try this free little app from [mantadb.com...] (Sorry folks, IE only).
The original purpose behind the program is to index your history and make it searchable. Quite usefull. As a bonus it includes a frame-buster button which has not crashed IE for me yet.
Free app, I'm not affiliated..
| 2:09 am on Feb 12, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Thanks Woz, I will take a look...I am one of these people that uses the browser that "came with" and I have to admit I even use the MSN start page - because it "came with" and I never bothered to change it.
| 5:46 am on Feb 12, 2001 (gmt 0)|
| 8:22 am on Feb 12, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Exactly littleman, Microsoft is controlling me by default. LOL..that's the way they do it!