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Posted on 16-03-05 19:44
Can anyone help me with basic 2 please i dont know what it wants me to do?B)
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Posted on 16-03-05 19:56
look in the source, you have to find where the i-frame is reading from. If you put the url into the url bar, then you should be able to only see the i-frame


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Posted on 24-03-05 19:29
i cant find the url for the iframe can some one please help:(
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Posted on 04-04-05 14:26
ya i cant find that shit neither man Angry
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Posted on 04-04-05 16:48
why not press F3 then search for "iframe" ????


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Posted on 06-04-05 00:26
thanx senior cheeeeeeeeeese Grin
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Posted on 27-06-05 16:47
i dont get it even with all those hints wen i type in iframe it just highlights the word and i have no idea what 2 put in a url(sum1 mentioned it erlier)
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Posted on 27-06-05 16:51
i got were the iframe is reading from but when i send it to that person it dont workFrown
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Posted on 27-06-05 17:18
make sure your only sending the url and not the whole iframe.


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Posted on 19-07-05 08:12
what messed me up is that it extends out alot and i didnt scroll over so scroll over or reduce the text size and i dunt wanna give it away but for example if you see something like <iframe> thats where it starts
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Posted on 26-07-05 15:59
im kinda confussed what to do?lol?
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Posted on 08-08-05 00:45
>.> I don't get it. I can find the link to the iframe, but I don't know what to put in the box where it reads from. Sad.
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Posted on 08-08-05 01:25
this is hard to help u on with out givin it away i did it a differt way it involes the mouse
hmmmm arrr k say u have a folder on your pc and wanna no were that folder is how do u find that out hope i didnt give it away there i may have just confuzed u all LOL

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Posted on 23-08-05 17:27
Okay, just search <iframe thats what helped me when i learnit it was a tag.


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Posted on 16-09-05 22:47
All you need to know is where to put the iframe once you've got it.

The answer is a full url, so you need to put what you found in the source code somewhere to make a complete url.
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Posted on 28-09-05 13:37
To extend on BluMoose, most websites will use sources from their own site, and when coded, will look something like

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This is telling your computer the URL, however, it is telling us it's in the directory we're already in. So, if the page we were on was http://www.example.com/ and we were linked this, it would take us to http://www.example.com/index.html.

That should help you construct the full URL from the information given.