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iframe resizing on opera problem

Can someone help me here because this is really killing me!

the problem is, i have this javascript code in my aspx page that i want
it to work on almost all browsers, especially opera and safari :

function resize(){
displayFrm = document.getElementById("ifrmDisplay");

innerDoc = (displayFrame.contentDocument) ?displayFrm.contentDocument :
displayFrm.contentWindow.document;

objToResize = (displayFrm.style) ? displayFrm.style : displayFrm;

objToResize.height = innerDoc.body.scrollHeight;
}

the code above gets called every time a new page is loaded inside the
iframe (ifrmDisplay) what its doing is resizing the iframe so it can
have the same size as the page inside it, so i can eliminate the need
for vertical scroller for the iframe, i assumed that it works on opera
and IE at the same time, when i tried it out, it worked on IE but not on
opera. after lot of time in researching how i can get workaround this
issue with opera, that is the best possible solution i have and yet it
doesnt work. so i gave up and asking you if you can help me out here ,
coz this is jst driving me crazy!

the problem is im not a javascript expert, to be honest i jst started
doing javascripts about two days ago, that is why im in need for help

by the way, here is inner html for the iframe if its any use

<iframe id="ifrmDisplay" style="Z-INDEX: 99; LEFT: 187px; WIDTH: 567px;
POSITION: absolute; TOP: 136px; HEIGHT: 408px" src="" scrolling="no"
onload="resize();">
</iframe>


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Jul 23 '05 #1
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On 18 Nov 2004 04:15:43 GMT, Paul Fi wrote:
Can someone help me here because this is really killing me!


"what is your problem man?

fuck you!"

My ..minor problem at this moment is a multi-posting,
foul mouthed, clueless poster from..

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Jul 23 '05 #2
well guess what as long as i dont get this problem solved i will keep
posting!

and you can't stop me with your bully attitude!

ciao pussy!
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Jul 23 '05 #3
On 18 Nov 2004 05:25:40 GMT, Paul Fi <na*******@hotmail.com> wrote:
well guess what as long as i dont get this problem solved i will keep
posting!
I would suggest you don't. I'm certain that that would be classified as
abusive behaviour. I have contacted Developersdex, and they assure me that
malicious users will have their accounts removed. This is *not* a threat,
just advice.

If someone wants to answer your question, they will. Reposting it and
being rude will do nothing but get you ignored.
and you can't stop me with your bully attitude!


Andrew was just teasing you, but he was giving you some good advice whilst
doing it.

This group is read by a large population, all from different backgrounds
and countries. If you write carelessly, you may find that a person that
could answer your question won't, because they don't understand what
you've written. Similarly, some people take etiquette very seriously, and
repeated breaches will land you in their killfile (that is, permanently
ignored).

Usenet is a place for adults, and adults should be able take banter
without instantly resorting to insults.

Grow up.

Mike

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Jul 23 '05 #4
Hello

I have tried to give you some pointers in response to one of your previous posts.

Hope these give you something to work on.

Julian
Jul 23 '05 #5
cheers mate!

yes well, it didnt help much but it gave me some ideas, might help in
the future!

thanks anyways

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