The HTML5 current specification removed the <frameset> tag.  There is a nice feature of <frameset> which is not easy to reproduce without it:  In a frameset, you can change the position of the line separating the frames with the mouse....
This question is similar to the one i asked here. But its related because I want to achieve the same effect. I want the users to be restricted to only accessing other pages on the site through the main page. The first page contains a frame for naviga...
I have a parent page containing two iframes. One holds navigation links and the other should display the information pertaining to the navigation link clicked in the first iframe. So I need to target the one iframe from within another iframe.Is this...
I have a iframe like this  <iframe name="myframe1" id="myframe1" width="100%" height="100%" src="a.html"> <html>     <head></head>     <frameset name="myframe2" cols="0%,...
I'm converting a site for a client from a frameset to divs.  One feature that the client has is a sidebar that can be resized depending on how much space the user needs.   Using frames the resizing of this sidebar was built in.   However, I'm...
I need to access and element from within a frameset frame. For example if I have the following markup:  <frameset rows="33%,33%,*">   <frame src="frame1.html"/>   <frame src="frame2.html"/>   <frame src=&#...
I have a custom date picker popup that isn't working in IE sometimes. It works in Chrome and Edge fine.   The code looks something like this:  <frameset>     <frame>Buttons for next/prev month/year</frame>     <frame>This...
I'm trying to put up a warning message about leaving a webpage, but it is nested inside a frameset.  Apparently window.onbeforeunload triggers if I load the webpage as the root page in the browser, but doesn't trigger when loaded inside the f...
We are using frames in our application. In one frame the scrolling is set to "auto". I'm trying to change that frame attribute based on a small condition. Here is the HTML and JavaScript:  <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4....
The target page has a simple HTML setup:  <html> <body>     <frameset id="mainset" rows="50%,50%">     ...     </frameset> </body> </html>   and I'd like to add frames using JavaScript.    This...

Tags

Recent Questions

Top Questions

Home Tags Terms of Service Privacy Policy DMCA Contact Us

©2020 All rights reserved.