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Problem with iframe showing up.

Post by Skullforker on Sat Mar 05 2011, 19:00

I'm attempting to put iframe code in a post on a phpBB forum. It shows in the edit post window and when I preview or submit... It shows the code and says that my browser does not support iframes. and I do have html enabled in both places and the A/a

Not sure what I'm doing wrong.

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Re: Problem with iframe showing up.

Post by Gangstar15 on Sat Mar 05 2011, 19:48

What version you use? Smile
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forum version

Post by Skullforker on Sun Mar 06 2011, 19:49

phpbb

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Re: Problem with iframe showing up.

Post by Gangstar15 on Sun Mar 06 2011, 20:09

lol sorry .D
I mean what browser u use? Very Happy
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Re: Problem with iframe showing up.

Post by Skullforker on Sun Mar 06 2011, 20:32

Both IE and Firefox... newest versions

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Re: Problem with iframe showing up.

Post by Gangstar15 on Sun Mar 06 2011, 22:00

Can i see your code then..
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Sure, here it is

Post by Skullforker on Sun Mar 06 2011, 22:41

<IFRAME SRC = "http://www.blvd-media.com/rewardTool2.0.html?pubid=533&subid=8888" WIDTH="640px" HEIGHT="450px" FRAMEBORDER="0" --if "0" no border, otherwise "1" with border MARGINWIDTH ="0px" MARGINHEIGHT="0px" SCROLLING="no" --"no" no scrolling bar, "yes" show always, "auto" showed when need > Your browser does not support IFRAME </IFRAME>

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