This set of extensions allows you to make an inline frame in a main page and open embedded pages.
The embedded pages won't be opened as standalone pages.
Automatically they will be opened from the main page.
Sample project files are included.
* Allow transparency for backward compatibility with older browsers like IE8 or earlier.
HTML 4.01 Transitional
How to use?
[rz] iFrame (main)
Build your main-page and insert an inline frame from the "(main)" extension.
You can specify the appearance of the inline frame as you set-up the wb's standard ones.
[rz] iFrame (subp)
Build your sub-pages to be embedded in the main-page.
Insert the "(subp)" extension in each one and indicate what is the main-page that embeds these sub-pages.
[rz] iFrame (subp) tiny
Build your sub-page and add this extension to it as to avoid running as standalone.
If you have two or more inline frames in the main page, you must run this tiny extension instead of the regular "(subp)".
This is the current limitation for this iFrame extension version.