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 Post subject: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 24. Jan 2017, 18:49 
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Hi,

the page i am loading with advanced iframe pro has got an iframe inside it. So we are in a 2 level iframe inside iframe scenario.

Now, the iframe inside the iframe page if basically empty, no content there.

instead of showing:
<iframe xxxxx>
<head> STUFF </head>
<body> STUFF </body>
</iframe>

it is shown as:
<iframe xxxxx>
<head></head>
<body></body>
</iframe>

so basically empty. The pages are on different domains. What shall I do?

Thanks,
Ste


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 24. Jan 2017, 19:07 
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can the page be included to an iframe?

Have you tried with the free iframe checker?

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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 24. Jan 2017, 19:31 
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Hi

yes, the page can be displayed in an iframe and everything works perfectly also the resize. The issue is that tiny iframe inside the iframe, which is just basically a text box, is shown empty. All the rest of the included external page works just fine. It is just where the iframe is inside the iframe page that nothing works.

If I load the external page directly without passing from advanced iframe, that internal iframe is displayed as:
<iframe frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true" tabindex="2" style="width: 508px; height: 323px;">
<html>
<head><style>.ie * {min-height: auto !important} .ie table td {height:15px}</style><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8"><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.teslaforum.it/jscripts/sceditor/textarea_styles/jquery.sceditor.mybb.css"></head>
<body contenteditable="true" dir="ltr"><p><br></p></body>
<html>
</iframe>

instead if I use advanced iframe, all the page is reported correctly but that internal iframe becomes:

<iframe frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true" tabindex="2" style="width: 508px; height: 323px;">
<html>
<head></head>
<body></body>
<html>
</iframe>

How can I make that little iframe inside the external page properly appear, without all the content being wiped?

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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 25. Jan 2017, 00:32 
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Are any errors in the browser console? Press f12 to open that.

Best Michael


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 25. Jan 2017, 10:17 
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Just one:


www.teslaforum.it/index.php:95 Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 25. Jan 2017, 11:02 
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But this is the page in the iframe - what is the parent page?


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 25. Jan 2017, 14:49 
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http://www.teslari.it/forum/


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 25. Jan 2017, 15:17 
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But I don't see the iframe in the iframe.

in http://www.teslaforum.it/index.php I don't see an iframe in the code.


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 25. Jan 2017, 15:40 
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You need to post a new topic in the forum to be able to see the iframe. The iframe just appears when writing a new post, the whole purpose of that small iframe is to host the emtpy <body> with contenteditable, that is used to write posts and does not work through advanced iframe


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 30. Jan 2017, 14:20 
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No more feedback after my last message? The issue is still unsolved.


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 Post subject: Re: iframe inside iframe
PostPosted: 30. Jan 2017, 22:24 
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I get

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'opener' of undefined
at Ia (jquery.js?ver=1806:4)
at Ja (jquery.js?ver=1806:4)
at Function.css (jquery.js?ver=1806:4)
at jquery.js?ver=1806:4
at m.access (jquery.js?ver=1806:4)
at m.fn.init.css (jquery.js?ver=1806:4)
at Object.removeWhiteSpace (jquery.sceditor.bbcode.min.js?ver=1805:3)
at mb (jquery.sceditor.bbcode.min.js?ver=1805:2)
at o.ub.focus (jquery.sceditor.bbcode.min.js?ver=1805:2)
at o.ub.execCommand (jquery.sceditor.bbcode.min.js?ver=1805:2)

as error in Firefox. so it seems the editor has a problem to be inside an iframe.

I also tested the forum in a simple default iframe -> Same problem!

So please make a post in the MyBB forum. Ir check if a different editor can be used.

Best, Michael


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