Hi, I am trying for 3 hours to embed this webpage https://testmoz.com/149087/ inside my own webpage for 3 hours
using dreamweaver but it does not work. I have tried 3 methods, namely "frameset", "iframe" and "object" under
to embed this web page. The page loaded correctly but when press the continue button, the page seems to
be refreshed instead of going forward into the test. Could someone help me to figure out a way to embed this page
crrectly and make it work? Many thanks!
FWIW, I iframed the page at the link and testing it in "live view" it proceeded to the test:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<body><center><iframe src="https://testmoz.com/149087/" style="width:900px; height:240px; border:none;"></iframe></center>
I added dimensions to it just for visibility purposes, but it seems to work fine.
Have you cleared your browser cache and retried it?
Thanks for the reply. However, when I use the code on my own website, the problem stays the same. The code only works when a non-IE browser is used (Chrome or others) Please see here
I use Windows 7 and IE.. I have cleared all history and cookie. Could you help me to figure out what I have done wrong? Thank you very much!
I can not remove that line as it was generated by testmoz.com. Actually I can not edit anything on the original page. I just want to embed the page in my own web page, which currently contains only 1 line as below (other than <html><head><body>)
<iframe src="https://testmoz.com/149087/" style="width:900px; height:240px; border:none;"></iframe>
Indeed, when I try a corporate laptop at my work place, suddenly the web page works. It seems that both my home computer in singapore and germany r not working with IE (but works on Chrome). It is probably because of some common program I have installed. Maybe microsoft security essential...