This works fine as long as the iframe stays in the current domain. If  
it strays outside that, you get a permission error. The person who was  
after this wanted an iframe that would expand to hold its contents  
without hiding any of them or displaying scroll bars (not sure why,  
exactly). I've warned them about this issue, and thanks again for your  


On May 26, 2009, at 1:14 PM, Matt Foster wrote:

> I'm pretty sure you can listen to the iframe's load event for that...
> I don't think it bubbles so you'll have to listen to it on the iframe
> itself and not on a parent.

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