01-08-2009, 06:54 AM #1
Safari doesn't get opener.parent.location.href
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- May 20, 2008
Let's say I have the following:
Granddad.htm (An html page with an iframe containing Dad.htm)
Dad.htm (the page contained in Grandad.htm's iframe)
Son.htm (an iframe inside Dad.htm containing Grandson.htm)
Grandson.htm (the page contained in Son.htm's iframe that has a link to a popup which shows Greatgrandson.htm)
Greatgrandson.htm (the pop up page with several links)
I want to open the Greatgrandson.htm links in Dad.htm
So in Greatgrandson.htm I have:
And this is working great for all browsers except for Safari .. Please help I need it working also on Safari!!
Thanks in advance!
10-03-2011, 10:39 AM #2
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- Oct 03, 2011
I have updated your code. I faced the same issue in the Adam's browser i.e. Safari. Its the most non-standard browser on the planet. It works only for Apple products.
So next time you want to visit google , use any other browser other than Safari, otherwise you may land on to Bing.
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