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    iframe linking help.

    Hello. what I am trying to do is have links in my main navigation bar link to an iframe on my site. Any help would be grate.

    for an example, this is the page. http://nextnewnerd.com/indexbackup.html

    Note that i am working in Yahoo Site Builder and I have no way to name the iframe.
    Last edited by HTML; 02-23-2012 at 07:52 AM.

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    Re: iframe linking help.

    If you are upload videos on website.Then visit you tube after it click on share and get iframe code implement on website.After some time your videos show on website.It is easy method to implement videos on website.

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    Re: iframe linking help.

    Iframe windows don't load on their own because the Iframe window by itself has no URL address. It has to be written as part of the HTML source code on a web page that's hosted on your site. Once the Iframe code is on a hosted web page, just add that page's URL to your navigation menu bar and it should work.

    Below is an simple example of how a typical Iframe window code looks.

    Code:
    <p align="center">
    <iframe src="http://www.ahfb2000.com/threads/13684-iframe-linking-help" height="100%" width="100%"></iframe>
    </p>
    Say for example you want to use that Iframe code on your site called "www.MySite.com", you could save the code to a text document with the name "example.htm" and upload it to your site which would give it a URL address called "www.MySite.com/example.htm". I added it to my site so you can see how it works: RF2OOO.Webs.Com/example.htm. Hopefully this helps!