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Hi
I have two questions Lemme post one by one.
First Question:
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Ex: <iFRAME src="test.html"></iFRAME>
The above code brings the test.html code into my current page as Frame.
I dont want to give html page or something. I want to add some data between the <iFRAME> tag, Is it possible??
Ex: <iFrame> Test Data </iFrame> --> Is it valid?? For me in browser nothing is displayed.
Second Question:
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If we right click on the iFRAME it shows the entire URL from where the data has come including parameters. Instead of this I want to post the data to the target html page. Is it possible? if so please tell me.
Ex:
<iFRAME src="test.html?uName=test&passWord=test"></iFRAME>
I dont want that parameters to be shown when I right click so I want to post that Data using JavaScript. Is there anyway please tell me.

Thanks for your time in advance
Srinvias Ivaturi.
 
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write content into a iframe with the code in the link:
http://webxpertz.net/forums/showthread.php?t=28700
If you put the paramters in a query string, then people will be able to see them. You can reference them off of the parent page if you stick them in a hidden element or if you are posting a form then you can use the target attribute and use the iframes name. target="theName"
Eric
 
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