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TOPIC: use 'include' command instead of iframe

use 'include' command instead of iframe 2 years 8 months ago #101466



I planed to write this question in "can I do this in Limesurvey", sorry please move


Hello,

I want to integrate the registration field in my homepage.

I used an iframe, but now I realized that in IE, after a wrong enter, the captchas are not reload themselfes within the iframe. So that you allways read the captcha errormessage. I think it is a bug?! BUG?

Is it possilbe to use the command 'include' instead of an iframe?
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use 'include' command instead of iframe 2 years 8 months ago #101472

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No,

Best i to use your own script for registration.

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use 'include' command instead of iframe 2 years 8 months ago #101575

Hello,

good to know include function is not working in this case, thx for that!




The problem, that the reload of the captcha within an iframe with IE is not working, is solved here:


www.hotscripts.com/forums/php/42319-capt...fresh-iframe-ie.html

In this example they changed
<h1><img src="image.php"></h1>

into
echo '<img src="mijncaptcha.jpg?code=' . time() . '" >';
.

:) Does anyone knows in which Limesurvey-file I have make my changes? :dry:




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