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Re-directing access within frames - Revisited

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Ivan Peters on February 23, 2000 at 06:05:43:

Very worth reading

Just right

Just right

A couple of thoughts for you...

When testing if the page is in the correct frameset, wouldn't it be simpler to name the "content" frame ergi87143548 and then test with

if (self.name != "ergi87143548) {

it avoids the need for the hidden frame and may even avoid the need for the image.

Opera replace() tainting:

Seems to me that most Opera users are going to have lots of problems with lots of sites that do some sort of frame break-out. Rather than the new window thing, I would be inclined to generate BODY section (instead of the frameset) for this browser saying "This site cannot be loaded inside someone elses frameset. Unfortunately, your browser does not allow us to load the site over the frameset. Click here [link with TARGET="_top"] to replace the frameset or click here [link to instructions for changing Opera settings] to find out more about why your browser does this.

Anyway, that's my two-penny-worth.



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