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Question about using iFrame

Question about using iFrame

Question about using iFrame

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Hello,

I have a question about using iframe. Here is the code I'm using which works fine.

<iframe src="indexpage.html" width="630" height="800" frameborder="0" ></iframe>

Is there a way that I can use iframe without a fixed height? Users use this section to update a portion of the webpage. However, the contents sometimes exceeds the height number. They do not want to use the scroll bar either. It makes the webpage look ugly. So basically can the height automatically adjust based on the content added? Thsnks

RE: Question about using iFrame

Quote:

So basically can the height automatically adjust based on the content added?
Essentially, no.

There are JavaScript solutions, but html, itself, can not determine the size of the contents of the iframe.

 

Greg
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