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*Solved* Iframs and Firefox 4?


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DrBubba

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I have been sitting here building a new page which will have some (at least one) iframes on it. The problem is that when test the page, the content in the iframe doesn't show in Firefox 4. Testing the same page in IE6 & 7, FF 3.6 and Opera, there is no problem at all. Have tried to find any info on the web but have come up with nothing.
Anyone?

Edited by DrBubba, 05 June 2011 - 03:42 PM.

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Can you post a link to the online problem page so we can have a look at the code and CSS?
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Hmm...no idea what was wrong. I talked to a friend and wanted him to verify my problem with his version of FF4, but he didn't have any problem viewing it. So I re-installed FF4 on my machine, and what do you know, it showed it just as I wanted it to look.
(Starting to lose faith in Firefox) :)
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Possibly the browser's cache wasn't cleared and you were seeing old pages. Always need to do a good refresh (Ctrl + F5) or...

How to Clear Browser History/Cache:

How do I clear my Internet browser history?: http://www.computerh...es/ch000510.htm
How to Delete Your Browser's History: http://www.ehow.com/...rs-history.html
Clear Your Browser's Cache (All Browsers): http://www.wikihow.c...Browser's-Cache
How and Why to Clear Your Cache: http://www.microsoft...clearcache.mspx

How to clear address bar history?: http://www.clear-his...address-bar.php
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