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Scott Downe

webpage command height and width

Reported by Scott Downe | November 19th, 2010 @ 03:28 PM | in 0.2 release

When a webpage command is created, you must supply height and width in the xml, and that is applied to the iframe we generate, usually supply height and width of 100%.

If you do not do this, you cannot change the size of the iframe, and if you do not know this, it can be hard to use.

Another way to do this is have 100% height and width applied to the iframe by default, and let the target div's height and width be the height and width uses. This is also better as styling info should not be supplied in the xml, but in the target div, always.

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