4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 2, 2008 10:09 AM by bregent

    help framing

    Chuck110540
      Thanks for the help, go to www.skytitleagency.com/tech.htm you will see a button to logon, which loads as its own page, we would like the login page to display within the graphics of our current page, does that help.
        • 1. Re: help framing
          Level 7
          Where is the "current page"? Is it on the same domain? In the same site?

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          "Chuck110540" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          > Thanks for the help, go to www.skytitleagency.com/tech.htm you will see a
          > button to logon, which loads as its own page, we would like the login page
          > to
          > display within the graphics of our current page, does that help.
          >

          • 2. Re: help framing
            Ben M Adobe Community Professional
            You could only do this as an iFrame from the looks of it because the web-application is not on your server. I would talk to the company whom you purchased this application/service from though because I would suspect that they have a template system built into their program so that you could wrap your header/footer around their program on every page to make it appear like your site even though it is obviously not from the address.
            • 3. Re: help framing
              Chuck110540 Level 1
              It resides on our server, its a module from a software program we purchased to process our business. That's why its so generic looking.
              • 4. Re: help framing
                bregent Most Valuable Participant
                Just edit the Login.aspx page so it contains your graphics, look and feel, etc.