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Windows 7: iframe/hyperlink issue

19 Nov 2010   #1
ltmini

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
iframe/hyperlink issue

Hi all,

First of all, nice forum and great topics!!

Now here is my question.

I'm creating a gadget where i can see some graph of our website, tricky thing is you need to login.

So created html code that works fine in a browser, but ofcourse not in the gadget.

The only issue is it opens in a firefox/IE/opera/... window.

I searched on the internet and its a know problem.

Tried a few ding but nothing seems to work.

Are there users that know a few things i can try?

Will javascript help or has it the same issue?

Thx


Greeting mini

Ps: my favorite gadget is Weather and sticky Notes


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