| 7:03 pm on Jan 18, 2012 (gmt 0)|
Welcome to the forums, MediaSVI. I think you need to include a page fragment identifier in the iframe's src URL
|<iframe name="FRAME1" src="../r6manual/TTM Mixer.14.05.html#468813" width="1100" height="600" frameborder="0" > |
And more than that, I'd suggest using the id attribute, not the name attribute, on the actual embedded page:
|<div class="Subhead"><a id="468813">Dynamics section</a></div> |
| 7:46 pm on Jan 18, 2012 (gmt 0)|
Thanks! It works just fine without changing the name attribute and to change it would be a huge task as this is a manual that I am just embedding into my website so it works just like it would on your desktop.
One thing though is that when I goto the web page the page loads and jumps to the anchor point which is down on the webpage, I would like the page to load and stay at the top how would I do this?
Thank you for your time,
| 8:41 pm on Jan 18, 2012 (gmt 0)|
That's the way it works, the browser needs to load the earlier content first. Sometimes the effect is not noticeable but on a slow connection or a very big page it can be very noticeable. If the iframed page is extremely long, maybe you can break it up into sub pages.
| 9:05 pm on Jan 18, 2012 (gmt 0)|
Is there code to load the main page 1st and then load the iframe page?
| 11:33 pm on Jan 18, 2012 (gmt 0)|
I don't think it's worthwhile to try to control that. In my experience, that kind of attempt at control usually ends badly and eats up a lot of time.