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Breaking our of <object> (vs. <iframe>

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I was using an <iframe> to load a website within my .aspx page. When the user "logged out", I called a javascript break out function to breakout of the frame and load the appropriate page when logging out. This worked perfectly on my end, but the website being loaded in the iframe was not functioning properly because it was being loaded within a frame. I then tried using the <object> to load the website within my .aspx page, and the website loaded within the <object> worked, but then when I logged out, it didn't break out, and just loaded the page called when logging out inside the <object> tags. Does anyone know of a way to "break out" of the <object> similar to what we can do to "break out" of the <iframe> or <frame> tags?
Apr 24 '07 #1
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