0

<iframe id="theIFrame" onLoad="resize()" style="width:100%; height:100%;" frameborder="0"></iframe>

I have this..

the src is file go.jsp


in go.jsp changes occur.. how can I resize go.jsp the iframe so that there wont be scrolling

dont give me solution use scorlling="no".. simply..data will be hidden below..I want to resize the page...

2
Contributors
6
Replies
7
Views
7 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by hajjo
0

Sometime ago had seen an example given below on some other forum. See if this can lead you to any solution

<head>

<script language="JavaScript">
	function iFrameHeight() {
		if(document.getElementById && !(document.all)) {
			h = document.getElementById('iframename').contentDocument.body.scrollHeight;
			document.getElementById('iframename').style.height = h;
		}
		else if(document.all) {
			h = document.frames('iframename').document.body.scrollHeight;
			document.all.iframename.style.height = h;
		}
	}
</script>
</head>

<iframe onLoad="iFrameHeight();" src="test.html" scrolling="no" scroll="no" id="iframename" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0" style="width:100%;"></iframe>
</body>
</html>
0

it doesnt work..

the problem is, it opens test.html..

but in test.html some changes occur.. and i need to resize the page again..

0
1.
      <head>
   2.
       
   3.
      <script language="JavaScript">
   4.
      function iFrameHeight() {
   5.
      if(document.getElementById && !(document.all)) {
   6.
      h = document.getElementById('iframename').contentDocument.body.scrollHeight;
   7.
      document.getElementById('iframename').style.height = h;
   8.
      }
   9.
      else if(document.all) {
  10.
      h = document.frames('iframename').document.body.scrollHeight;
  11.
      document.all.iframename.style.height = h;
  12.
      }
  13.
      }
  14.
      </script>
  15.
      </head>
  16.
       
  17.
      <iframe onLoad="iFrameHeight();" src="test.html" scrolling="no" scroll="no" id="iframename" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0" style="width:100%;"></iframe>
  18.
      </body>
  19.
      </html>

assume thats Main.jsp


now this is test.html

function resize()
{
var h;
if(document.getElementById && !(document.all)) {

h = document.getElementById('theIFrame').contentDocument.body.scrollHeight;

document.getElementById('theIFrame').style.height = h;

}

else if(document.all) {

h = document.frames('theIFrame').document.body.scrollHeight;

document.all.theIFrame.style.height = h;

}

do i do that in test.html? it doesnt work...it gives member not found error..
how can i resize it in test.html..becoz its undergoing changes and s oned

0

you can always open go.jsp in the <iframe> by setting the attribute src="go.jsp" in the <iframe> tag.

Now on change in the go.jsp you can always call the js function iFrameHeight() by placing the following code snippet at the end of go.jsp file

<script language="javascript">
<!--
	parent.iFrameHeight();
//-->
</script>

and remove the attibute onLoad="iFrameHeight();" from the <iframe>

0

No need to have resize function in the page that is opened in the iframe. You can directly call the js function in main.jsp with parent.iFrameHeight();

This question has already been answered. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.