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exact object location from a web page in the web browser.

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Hello. It is nice that the question I asked a while ago about youtube working in the web browser is still getting answers. I want to ask something similar. I am interested in finding a way to display an [color:brown]Exact [color:black]rectangle within a web page in a web browser. Most web sites have a header that is always in the same location and or named the same object within a web page. I would like to find a way to display an exact location or rectangle within the web browser. I am loading an exact example. the file "page is the whole page " and I would like the webviewer to locate and frame the graphic part of that page called by the file "Specific" . Maybe I am asking wrong I am not sure if the size of the webviewer can be changed by a script but for right now I am asking if the web browser can find a specific rectangle like my file "specific" so I can ask the web browser to find a specific part of a page and consistently find that location or when the coordinates are put inside a field for that purpose. I am trying to find out if this is possible to so and how to do it.

thanks

Dave

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specific.png

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I do not know if this will work with every browsers or with another version of IE...

it works with IE 8.

Uses iframe and self.scrollto

IFrame.zip

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M$ does not make an IE version that works with the Mac OS 10.

Lee

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This doesn't say if you can see the portion of a page with your browser.

Can you ( using my example ) ?

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I did not download your file, was only letting you know that ie wasn't an option.

I did download it now, and see the corner of the Forum in it.

HTH

Lee

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Safari show this

2009-05-05_1153.png

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So the code is good even for Safari.

But did you enlarge my web viewer ?

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yep, I wanted to see how much of it was grabbing.

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i am not able to down load the newest files for some reason. i am excited to try it with safari.

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There is only one attachment ( IFrame.zip )

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