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Iframes, frames or other method

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So my situation is basically this.
I have a website, and I have a forum, my forum is on an external site to my actual website. so how do I get my forum and website to act as one page


as you can see I have used an Iframe. but what I want is to have one set of scroll bars, instead of 2 sets (1 for the actual webpage and one for the iframe contents)

so that you could go through the page as if it was one webpage and all the coding was in one place!

I am trying to avoide frames and even Iframes as my accessibility officer informs me they are not accessable (policys etc)
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Your best bet is to modify the forum HTML to include your own custom header. If you want to fix the problem immediately (but still using frames) change the iframe height to around 1700 and the scrollbar will disappear.
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