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having secure contents in frames

 5:45 am on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

so everyone knows that a page can be designed that will not display in a frame. security bla bla bla... yes yes i understand why they have that option but...

can that be somehow circumvented for a simplest application?
i'm putting together a page (hosted not even on any server but as a html on my pc) that has a frame with links and a frame with contents. one of the links points to a page that requires signing in...
it won't get passed the sign-in, obvioiusly it's in a frame, security i know i know

can i have my frameset with my pretty links for my own damn purpose here?



 6:26 am on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

Why can't you just put the frameset on the secure server? I'm going to say not likely, if you could it would be a serious securi- oh wait you said that. :-D


 6:50 am on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

this is driving me nuts cause i'm trying to do something so simple

if i'm willing to take the risk of "security breach" why can't i just go around this for this one page?

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