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MikeC 05-26-2017 11:19 AM

Website within a frame
 
Advice please.

To keep authoring simple my museum has embedded a multi page website (made in Moonfruit for simplicity of use by volunteers) within a frame of their parent website authored in Dreamweaver.

All works well apart from the problem of seeming to have a fixed page length set in Dreamweaver which results effectively in two side by side scroll bars on the longer pages.

Is there any simple way of allowing the page length in Dreamweaver to automatically adjust to the contents of the relevant page and still allow the main page footer to sit at the bottom?

Any help would be appreciated.

edbr 05-27-2017 12:07 AM

is that an iframe? do you have a link?

MikeC 05-27-2017 09:20 AM

Hi,
Not sure. The parent website has been produced commercially, I work with the volunteers.
Lots of politics involved because we do it for nothing and they charge the museum a small fortune!
I taught Dreamweaver some 5 years ago but am now very rusty as I have no opportunity to practice, can't afford a copy of it at home, and I don't have access to the commercial authoring setup. I have found an avenue for carefully prompting from behind however.

Parent website is www.barrowhill.org. Our bit is under the collections tab.

edbr 05-27-2017 10:18 AM

ok i dont have a laptop at home this weekend but ill haveva look ononday

edbr 05-29-2017 06:53 AM

well it appears tpo be an iframe from source http://www.barrowhillcollections.com/

so if that source was modified you cold aleter the iframe size, sorry not much else to say really

MikeC 06-01-2017 10:19 PM

Thank you for looking. I'll try to convince the company to research it themselves to rectify it. I have little hope as the website has not been updated for 12 days now! Oh well...


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