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is it possible for an iframe to relaod the parent page if it is in another
domain ?

I suspect not...

Zoe
Oct 3 '05 #1
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I don't think so, but a simple test script would answer that.
Do you have two domains you can test with?

Oct 3 '05 #2

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"nikki" <ka*******@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:11*********************@o13g2000cwo.googlegro ups.com...
I don't think so, but a simple test script would answer that.
Do you have two domains you can test with?


nope and I was wondering if there was away around this really.

Oct 3 '05 #3

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In article <11*********************@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups. com>,
ka*******@yahoo.com says...
I don't think so, but a simple test script would answer that.
Do you have two domains you can test with?


What are you answering? Presumably there was a question (given the
ridiculous subject line) that contained some detail that should have
been quoted. Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying.

--

Hywel
http://kibo.org.uk/
Oct 3 '05 #4

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What are you answering? Presumably there was a question (given the
ridiculous subject line) that contained some detail that should have
been quoted. Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying.


It was an honest mistake was there any need to be quote so rude. if you
haven't got anything nice to say why bother ? And I dont use google groups.
Thanks.
Oct 3 '05 #5

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"Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying."

Pardon the fuck out of me.
Tell me where it is and I'll use it, your Hine-ass.
When I hit the reply link, there isn't a quoting thing that comes up.
I'm used to Gravity, but from work, I can't get to news servers. And
it's been awhile, so I forgot about it.

Who shit in your coffee this morning?
You used to be nicer when I used to be here under another name.

Oct 3 '05 #6

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Hywel Jenkins wrote:
In article <11*********************@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups. com>,
ka*******@yahoo.com says...
I don't think so, but a simple test script would answer that.
Do you have two domains you can test with?


What are you answering? Presumably there was a question (given the
ridiculous subject line) that contained some detail that should have
been quoted. Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying.

--


Ah, I found the quoting.
I have to click two links instead of one. Go figure.
Are you happy now?

Oct 3 '05 #7

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Zoe Brown said the following on 10/3/2005 4:27 PM:
What are you answering? Presumably there was a question (given the
ridiculous subject line) that contained some detail that should have
been quoted. Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying.

It was an honest mistake was there any need to be quote so rude.


After you see it a million times, it tends to become second nature to be
rude.
if you haven't got anything nice to say why bother ?
This is Usenet, where you get what you get. If you want to dictate the
questions/answer/replies then start a moderated forum. Otherwise, get
used to it.
And I dont use google groups.
Nor was his reply directed at you.
Thanks.


Welcome.

--
Randy
comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq
Oct 3 '05 #8

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nikki said the following on 10/3/2005 4:45 PM:
"Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying."

Pardon the fuck out of me.
We discuss javascript here, not pardons. Talk to the guvment about that one.
Tell me where it is and I'll use it, your Hine-ass.


If you want to post a followup via groups.google.com, don't use
the "Reply" link at the bottom of the article. Click on "show
options" at the top of the article, then click on the "Reply" at
the bottom of the article headers.

--
Randy
comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq & newsgroup weekly
Oct 3 '05 #9

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Lee
Zoe Brown said:

What are you answering? Presumably there was a question (given the
ridiculous subject line) that contained some detail that should have
been quoted. Even Google Groups' shitty interface allows quoting
messages to which you're replying.


It was an honest mistake was there any need to be quote so rude. if you
haven't got anything nice to say why bother ? And I dont use google groups.


He was responding to "nikki", not to you, except to point out that
your subject line was worthless. Please try to give some hint about
the topic in your Subject line.

Oct 3 '05 #10

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Zoe Brown wrote:
is it possible for an iframe to relaod the parent page if it
is in another domain ?


A script executing in an IFRAME can refer to the global/window object of
the frame that contains it as - parent - and the topmost global/window
in a containing frameset or sequence of nested IFRAMEs as - top -. Those
global/window objects can be navigated by assigning a string
representation of a URL to the - location - property of those
global/window objects as:-

parent.location = ' some URL ';

- or :-

top.location = ' some URL ';

These assignments are allowed cross-domain because there is no security
implication in allowing 3rd party's frames to be navigated (the content
is destroyed in the process).

Assigning to the - href - property of the - location - object may not be
allowed on some browsers because that implies a read operation on a
property of the global/window object and that is often restricted across
domains.

Richard.
Oct 3 '05 #11

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> It was an honest mistake was there any need to be quote so rude. if you
haven't got anything nice to say why bother ? And I dont use google groups.
Thanks.


It's okay. That's what you do here at c.l.js. You have a decent
discussion for about four posts about some geeky whatnot that strikes
your fancy, or something you didn't know before, then someone gets
cranky and for the next 25 messages, it's a "you're a skank", "no
YOU'RE a skank" festival. Didn't you read the FAQ? I mean, you have
to follow procedure here!

-Brendan

Oct 4 '05 #12

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