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Obtaining ID of container IFrame

My HTML is shown in an iframe. There is a link in the HTML that needs
the ID of the iframe to be used in the onclick event. How do I get it?
I tried accessing the target property, but it turns out to be
undefined. Also I do not know the frame number in the parent's frame
collection. SO I cannot do parent.frames[2].id.

Please help.
Yash

Apr 12 '06 #1
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ya****@gmail.co m wrote:
My HTML is shown in an iframe. There is a link in the HTML that needs
the ID of the iframe to be used in the onclick event. How do I get it?


By now there is wide support for
window.frameEle ment
so e.g.
if (window.frameEl ement) {
alert(window.fr ameElement.id);
}
will do in recent IE and Mozilla and Opera.
IE's documenation is here:
<http://msdn.microsoft. com/library/default.asp?url =/workshop/author/dhtml/reference/properties/frameelement.as p>
Supported there since IE 5.5.
I can't tell you the exact Mozilla and Opera versions from which on this
is supported.
You can always walk up to the parent window and parent.document and look
through the iframe elements.

And somehow your request sounds as if all you want is e.g.
<iframe name="frameName " src="whatever.h tml"></iframe>
and
<a href="whatelse. html" target="frameNa me">link</a>
but perhaps you really need script.

--

Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/
Apr 12 '06 #2

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