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Accessing iframe

Alright, this is very strange. I call a javascript function in my page
load that accesses an iframe and I get an error. But if I wait till the
page completely loads and access the iframe through a click event
everything works fine.

I'm trying to set some of the iframe's properties on page load before
the page gets rendered. Can I do this? I even tried to acess it in the
Pre Render event and that does not work either. Thanks for help

Nov 19 '05 #1
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if the iFrame isnt loaded, which happens AFTER the page is sent to the
client, you arent going to really get to access it...

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Alright, this is very strange. I call a javascript function in my page
load that accesses an iframe and I get an error. But if I wait till the
page completely loads and access the iframe through a click event
everything works fine.

I'm trying to set some of the iframe's properties on page load before
the page gets rendered. Can I do this? I even tried to acess it in the
Pre Render event and that does not work either. Thanks for help

Nov 19 '05 #2
Is there a workaround for this?

Nov 19 '05 #3
you could either do an onLoad for the contents of the IFrame,

or poll the Iframe to see if its readyStatus us 4 (loaded)

You would want to do this in a thread so that you do not lock up the UI

Nov 19 '05 #4

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