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    resolved [RESOLVED] iframe issue in MAC FF (lightCMS)

    humanities.publishpath.com

    I was contracted to add social media icons and a donate button which submits to Paypal.

    Due to restrictions keeping me from being able to add a form to the template, I had to use an iframe to get the donate button to display.

    The problem is there appears to be some shadow around the image. Here is a screen capture from MAC firefox 3.6.3

    It would be helpful if you are familiar with lightCMS.

    Thanks for your help.

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    bump

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    do you have a screenshot, my mac on firefox 4 b3 works fine.

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    Looks fine on my FF 3x on Win Vista.

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    I thought I did

    I thought I had uploaded one... no matter, here it is.

    Thanks for your help!
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    Testing

    I have also tested this in several browsers and cannot get it to replicate.
    The customer gave me this image.
    If anyone has a MAC with FF version 3.6.3, that might help.

    Mike

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    fine in FF 4 b3 WinVista, WinXP, Win7, OSX

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    HTML Code:
    <iframe src="/Websites/humanities/Images/paypaldonate.html" width="150" frameborder="0" height="70" scrolling="no"></iframe>

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    Quote Originally Posted by notFound View Post
    HTML Code:
    <iframe src="/Websites/humanities/Images/paypaldonate.html" width="150" frameborder="0" height="70" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    Ok I will try this.

    Thanks
    Mike

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    let me try my Adobe Browser Lab and check, wait about 2 mins.

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    i might be abou t 30mins

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    That is fine.
    Thanks
    Mike

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    hmm, try adding the code i showed
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    Ok I changed the code.

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    Ok I think I got it. That adobe labs thing is great! Just seeing that alone was worth this trouble.

    I had to make the iframe included file a full html and I set the body background color to match the color of the header.

    Thanks for your help guys.

    Mike

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