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Multiple iFrames Loading Issue

GQ
We have a Web page that at load time will execute and
build: a DHTML Menu/Data Driven, an Iframe with Detail
Data, an Iframe to display Progress Information and
another iframe with totals information of the previous
iframe with Detail Data. Everything works fine except
during the initial load. If we click on any place of the
page during the above loading schema, the process stops
and we end-up with Iframes with incomplete information
and empty calculations. We need to refresh and avoid
using the mouse and keyboard during the load time to get
a decent start.

Is anyone familiar with this behavior? Any ideas to solve
this issue without disable the mouse?

Thanks!

Jul 19 '05 #1
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GQ wrote:
We have a Web page that at load time will execute and
build: a DHTML Menu/Data Driven, an Iframe with Detail
Data, an Iframe to display Progress Information and
another iframe with totals information of the previous
iframe with Detail Data. Everything works fine except
during the initial load. If we click on any place of the
page during the above loading schema, the process stops
and we end-up with Iframes with incomplete information
and empty calculations. We need to refresh and avoid
using the mouse and keyboard during the load time to get
a decent start.

Is anyone familiar with this behavior? Any ideas to solve
this issue without disable the mouse?

Thanks!


This sounds like a client-side issue, which is off-topic for this newsgroup.
Try one of the inetexplorer newsgroups.

Bob Barrows

--
Microsoft MVP - ASP/ASP.NET
Please reply to the newsgroup. This email account is my spam trap so I
don't check it very often. If you must reply off-line, then remove the
"NO SPAM"
Jul 19 '05 #2
GQ
Bob, with all my respect, this is an ASP processing
issue. ASP is server based and this is an ASP server
Newsgroup. You do not have to help me if you cannot, but
please, allow other people to contribute on this regard
if possible.

Regard..
-----Original Message-----
GQ wrote:
We have a Web page that at load time will execute and
build: a DHTML Menu/Data Driven, an Iframe with Detail
Data, an Iframe to display Progress Information and
another iframe with totals information of the previous
iframe with Detail Data. Everything works fine except
during the initial load. If we click on any place of the page during the above loading schema, the process stops
and we end-up with Iframes with incomplete information
and empty calculations. We need to refresh and avoid
using the mouse and keyboard during the load time to get a decent start.

Is anyone familiar with this behavior? Any ideas to solve this issue without disable the mouse?

Thanks!
This sounds like a client-side issue, which is off-topic

for this newsgroup.Try one of the inetexplorer newsgroups.

Bob Barrows

--
Microsoft MVP - ASP/ASP.NET
Please reply to the newsgroup. This email account is my spam trap so Idon't check it very often. If you must reply off-line, then remove the"NO SPAM"
.

Jul 19 '05 #3
GQ wrote:
Bob, with all my respect, this is an ASP processing
issue. ASP is server based
Exactly. The IIS server knows nothing about opening windows, or iframes, or
anything else on a client machine. All it can do is process a request for a
page and return a response to that request to the client. Anything else that
happens after the page is loaded (iframes loaded, etc.) must take place on
the client machine and is therefore totally out of the purview of the asp
server.

You are missing the point by a wide mark if you think that client-side dhtml
scripting questions are on-topic in an asp newsgroup.
and this is an ASP server
Newsgroup. You do not have to help me if you cannot, but
please, allow other people to contribute on this regard
if possible.


Please. I could not stop anyone from responding even if I wanted to. I was
simply trying to explain why you won't get much response to these questions
in this newsgroup. Would you rather that your question simply sit here
unanswered for several days, with no one bothering to tell you why nobody
was answering?

I subscribe to several client-side scripting newsgroups and will be happy to
provide further assistance to you in those newsgroups. The benefit to you is
that you will find the dhtml and IE experts in those newsgroups, making it
more likely that you will get a resolution to your problem.

Bob Barrows

--
Microsoft MVP - ASP/ASP.NET
Please reply to the newsgroup. This email account is my spam trap so I
don't check it very often. If you must reply off-line, then remove the
"NO SPAM"
Jul 19 '05 #4

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