Iframe Test

this is a test with an iframe embeding


Site counter

Hit counter test:

Sorry, no match for the embedded content.
[[embed]]
<!-- START HIT COUNTER CODE -->
<!-- This hit counter was downloaded for free at http://www.hodgesstudios.com/ -->
<img src="http://www.hodgesstudios.com/includes/cntr_draw.php?ref_id=1203235220"
width=109 height=35 border=0 alt="Hit Counter Stats" usemap="#hitcountermap">
<map id ="hitcountermap" name="hitcountermap">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,0,108,19" target="_blank" alt="Hit Counter Stats"
href="http://www.hodgesstudios.com/cntr_stats/stat.php?op=main&ref_id=1203235220">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,20,33,34" target="_blank"
alt="legacy cages" href="http://www.legacycages.com">
<area shape="rect" coords="34,20,108,34" target="_blank"
alt="free html visitor counter" href="http://www.hodgesstudios.com/">
</map>
<!-- END HIT COUNTER CODE -->
[[/embed]]
[[iframe http://www.conmapp.com/proxs/htm/ProXS-Intro.htm width="95%" height="350"]]
[[iframe http://www.hodgesstudios.com/includes/cntr_draw.php?ref_id=1203235220 width="109" height="35" border="0"]]


[[iframe http://psg.cpargermer.com/test/index.htm frameborder="0" scrolling="no" height="600" width="160"]]


Include Any Page

Description
Here is a way to include ANY page within your Wiki page using an [[iframe]] element. The syntax for it is:

[[iframe url-source attributes]]
Where attributes can be:

frameborder (0 or 1 allowed)
align (left, right, top, bottom, middle)
height (number of pixels)
width (number of pixels)
scrolling (yes or no)
class
style
The [[iframe]] element renders into the <iframe src="…" attributes></iframe> HTML element.

Code:

Here is an example how to put the Google front page inside

[[iframe http://www.google.com width="95%" height="400" scrolling="no"]]

an iframe box:


Here is an example how to put LOCAL Acresses on an iframe

[[iframe C:\Documents and Settings\Helmut Eichberger\My Documents\Bilder_Mallorca\DSC03740.JPG width="95%" height="400" scrolling="no"]]

an iframe box:



standard - live "_template" used without any tricks and layout changes…