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how to hide some text of other site in frames
i have created a frame where i am calling other website, in that frame i want some of the thing should not appear like footer and some images of the called website. how i can do this in frame.

frame created as

<iframe src="http://somewebsite.com" width="800" height="600">
</iframe>

now from the website somewebsite.com i dont want its footer to appear which is having code as :

<div id="imFooter">
<hr class="imInvisible" />
<span id="imFooter_R"><a id="imMailLink" href="mailto:something @ somewebsite.com" title="">mail</a></span>
<br class="imClear" />
</div>

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This is theft
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Last Post by jindalarpan
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i came to know that using java scripting i can hide that in some form .
is that true ? if so how that can be done ?

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Hi
i am totally new to HTML so dont know how to use it ?

Try document.referer to see what values it contains.

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It's javascript. If you know nothing about that, maybe start with the tutorial at w3schools. That way you will at least know the basics.

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write your own content and avoid trying to steal content that somebody else has written

the copyright notice resides in the footer ?
pictures of the owner of what you are stealling?

or contact the site owner and ask them permission and/or a copy of the page to put on your server

to everybody else, put one of these in your menu include

<script type='text/javascript'>
if (window != top) { top.location.replace(self.location.href); }
</script>

break out of thieves' framesets,

Edited by almostbob: n/a

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Thanks for the tip
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Damn. Cannot believe I've misread this several times. I thought he wanted the opposite... Thanks almostbob.

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Damn. Cannot believe I've misread this several times. I thought he wanted the opposite... Thanks almostbob.

Well i have changed the idea and added a CNAME for that website for this

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