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Is this possible in an iframe
Sub_Seven




msg:4357662
 4:42 pm on Sep 1, 2011 (gmt 0)

I'm wondering if it is possible to add an attribute to an inframe so that the source displayed (the website in it) is displayed at a different percentage, say I have a layout of 960px of width, and the iframe takes half (480px) and I want the website in it to be seen in its entirety, so it has to be displayed at a 50% for example.

Google's SERPs do that when you click the magnifier icon but that is an image if I'm not wrong.

 

rocknbil




msg:4358002
 3:49 pm on Sep 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

If it's an external web site, no. Imagine if you could - you could change all the links in an iframed page to suit your needs.

If it's on the same domain, there are a variety of ways you could do it - pass a parameter to the containing page to make it use a different style sheet, for example.

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