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From what it looks like, it should appear just the same on the created page as it does on the original page. The code is all at the link I added up top. Any suggestions or thoughts on what else I could try?
An inline frame "floating frame" is a construct which embeds a document into an HTML document so that embedded data is displayed inside a subwindow of the browser's window. This does not mean full inclusion; the two documents are independent, and both them are treated as complete documents, instead of treating one as part of the other. Support to inline frames is not universal, but with a properly designed "graceful degradation"they can be used in authoring for the World Wide Web.
First time here? Check out the FAQ! I want to add checkbox below iframe content, this checkbox should be visible only when we scroll tothe bottom of the iframe.
Next I used whitespace at the bottom with a negative margin to remove the background color on the PC. However, at the bottom of the iframe the background color shows on mobile roughly 2px across the bottom lengthindicating that the iframe is not taking up the complete space. Is there a way to fix this so that the iframe contains the full length on mobile, similarly to how it does on PC?
HTML frames allow authors to present documents in multiple views, which may be independent windows or subwindows. Multiple views offer designers a way to keep certain information visible, while other views are scrolled or replaced. For example, within the same window, one frame might display a static banner, a second a navigation menu, and a third the main document that can be scrolled through or replaced by navigating in the second frame.
Without actually seeing page and images, I'd say it's kind of hard to tell you what the problems are, but here's my observations. This image sits above the table. Since the iframes are absolute positioned, they still display at from the top, but in natural flow would be placed in table under the image, much farther down the page.