|MHenke on Aug 24, 2006 at 6:53:06 AM|
> Anyone solve the iframe problem ?
Well, this isn't an "iframe problem" considered by itself, your code is OK (well, kind of... 8).
The problem is that you're trying to load a page into your iframe that obviously isn't intended to run in a (foreign) frameset.
It protects itself from being "contained" with a quite simple JS trick by loading itself into the top frame if a frameset is present (it's a nice detail that the page is a frameset itself).
So I guess we could safely assume that the page author has explicitely intended that the page should run in its own frameset.
You could, however, try to load the inner HTML page of the frameset that you're referring to into your own iframe, but I would seriously suggest to get the authorisation of the page author/owner to do so, this could be a legal issue.