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My name is Wayne Robinson and I'm a web applications developer from Queensland, Australia. In August 2005 I discovered Ruby on Rails and instantly fell in love. From that point forward, Ruby on Rails has been my language of choice for new projects however, I still use PHP to maintain some legacy applications.

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Selecting an element/object in an IFRAME

I recently needed to get an object from a child IFRAME from its parent. Without using any helper libraries, the easiest way to do this is with the following:

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How is it possible dude. its a cross domain call. unless you did it in same domain.
I am getting Permission denied for <> to get property HTMLDocument.getElementById from <>.
August 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChandra
This was a while ago now, but this was specifically to get around cross-domain problems for someone else's application and it worked.

It is possible that your browser doesn't support this, or it has been patched in the meantime.
August 14, 2010 | Registered CommenterWayne Robinson

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