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peter UsleRE: display html page I frame on another page
by on Feb 25, 2010 at 8:12:25 pm

Hi
We are building a website. We are displaying one html page within an iframe on another html page. See the page:
http://www.globalroadtrips.com/roadtrips_Images/producers_auction/producers...

When we do a google search, our html slide show comes up, not the top page it is displayed in. See page that comes up in a google search: http://www.globalroadtrips.com/roadtrips_Images/producers_auction/slide_sho...

Is is possible to somehow divert searches to the top page, so the slide show doesn't come up alone? Or how should we handle this problem?

Peter and Paris


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Curtis ThompsonRe: RE: display html page I frame on another page
by on Feb 25, 2010 at 8:15:57 pm

hello...

something like this in the framed page should do the trick...

http://htmlhelp.com/faq/html/frames.html#frame-context

sitruc


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Yuriy KrapivkoRe: RE: display html page I frame on another page
by on Mar 3, 2010 at 6:13:03 pm

Page with a slide show does not work (404): (If you have problems on work in html - Welcome to html tutorials.


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Harrison WillettRe: RE: display html page I frame on another page
by on Feb 28, 2010 at 4:24:59 am

iframes work great when you do not own the content (example: you are using an application provided by a different source then your own and they do not want to give you the API)

In your instance you are using the IFRAME to try to create a fun scrolling effect instead you should try the fallowing:

<div style="height: 556px; width: 955px; overflow:auto;">

content goes here

</div>

This will create the same effect the content will actually be on your page which will help with search engine optimization.


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peter UsleRe: RE: display html page I frame on another page
by on Mar 3, 2010 at 9:55:45 pm


Thank you everyone, Thanks' for that link Curtis. We
turned off the slide show, that's why the 404 error, Yuriy.
We used your info Harrison, and we now have a signal page,
so awesome! As soon as we get our pics back up on Google
Images we'll check the links. The Forum has saved us hours
of frustration, thanks' again Harrison it worked great.


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