Posted 17 Feb 2012
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Now i'm not sure if there's a solution for this particular problem.
Scenario; Client has a site(a) in which they want to embed sections from the site i'm developing, site(b).
To enable them to do so i'm providing them with some iframe markup to put into their CMS.
The problem being, that some of the pages they're embedding have radwindows in, and these RadWindows are wider than the size of the iframe the page is contained within.
Try try and resolve this i made the iframe larger than the actual content, and overlay some of their content on site(a), using a transparent background on the iframe. This allowed my RadWindow sufficient space.
However, what i had overlooked is if there's any content underneath the iframe, such as links etc, they're no longer accessible because the iframe is above them .
So i guess my question would be; is there a solution for this ? I guess what i need is the RadWindow to open independantly so its not restricted by the size of the iframe it's in. However, i also need it to be able to interact with the page at which it is called from (i use the closeandrebind event for radgrid/window).
Any suggestions welcome,
Posted 20 Feb 2012
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This is a general layout issue that is not related to the RadControls in any way. How to organize the real estate of your page so that both the iframe and the controls around it are visible is a decision the developers and designers should take to match their needs.
In case the most common use of your page is to be loaded in this iframe you may redesign it so that it does not require this much space.
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