Iframe Color

How can I set my iframe color to a black background? I tried the extended
option but must not be doing it right.

Bill


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An iFrame is really just a window onto another page and the content is determined by the content of the other page.

So I think the simple answer is - you can’t.

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Thanks David, not the answer I wanted but you may be right.

But before the frame renders, it shows as white against my black background
page. The source page in the frame is also black (my photo gallery). Just
trying to make it seamlessly black through the entire load.

No way to do that?

Bill

On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 3:51 PM, DeltaDave email@hidden wrote:

An iFrame is really just a window onto another page and the content is
determined by the content of the other page.

So I think the simple answer is - you can’t.

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But before the frame renders, it shows as white against my black background page.

OK then try this

Click on iFrame - Item>Extended

Div-Style

Name: background-color

Value: black

But also, and I am assuming that this is a Lightroom gallery?, have a look at the direct link to the gallery and see what you get when you load it outwith the page with the iFrame on it.

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I think that does it Dave, still seeing some white rendering but much better
than originally.

Thanks,

Bill

On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 4:44 PM, DeltaDave email@hidden wrote:

But before the frame renders, it shows as white against my black
background page.

OK then try this

Click on iFrame - Item>Extended

Div-Style

Name: background-color

Value: black

But also, and I am assuming that this is a Lightroom gallery?, have a look
at the direct link to the gallery and see what you get when you load it
outwith the page with the iFrame on it.

David


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still seeing some white rendering

Thats why I suggested you to look at the direct link to the Gallery page - not in the iFrame - in case it is evident there as well and a quirk/setting of the Gallery that was causing it. Have you a link you can post?

Glad it is better anyway.

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