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IFRAME in BSP

Hi All,

In my BSP application (MVC) I am using iframes.

There are 2 iframes (left and right).

In the left iframe I have the navigation view loaded. When user makes a selection from the tree I call my correspondiong controller and populate the view in the right iframe.

This has been working nicely so far on my PC. But when I started testing the app in different machines I encountered the following problems:

Instead of loading the frames next to each other the browser is loading them in a vertical order. So, my supposedly left iframe gets loaded first on the left section of the browser and the right section moves down to the bottom (under the left iframe). If I change the width/height of the screen, the right iframe moves around (sometimes appears next to the left one and sometimes below the left one).

I hope I am able to explain my problem. Is this a known issue or is there any better way of implementing this (tree navigation) solution?

Please help.

Partho

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 05:04 AM

    Hi,

    This may be happening due to different resolutions on different PC. You can check if this is the case.

    We implemented a similar scenario sometime back. There we used frames instead of iframes and had no such issue. Never used iframes though.

    regards,

    Rohit

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 09:55 PM

    Got it solved.

    Thanks.

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