"Shawn McKenzie" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Probably a question for the php dev team, but here it goes.  I want to
> display an external page in an iframe and have the iframe auto sized to
> the content without having scroll bars.  I've tried javascript to no
> So here's my idea:
> 1.  Instead of iframe: $string = file_get_contents("http://somwhere.com";);
> to load page into string and then echo $string; use javascript to detect
> onclick, get href of anchor, load page into string and echo again.  Works
> O.K. unless there are relative paths in document.
> 2. What I want to do:  $string = file_get_contents("http://somwhere.com";);
> and determine the height that this page ($string) would render in a
> Render iframe at determined height with src = "http://somwhere.com";.
> Any way in php to determine at what height html content will render???  If
> not, should there be?

Probably Not. It depends on the UA completly. eg screen res, font size,
browser incompatibilty etc...

Why the iframe? couldn't you just include/fopen it?

JJ Harrison

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