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How to use cakeslice below the fold

Discussion in 'CPA' started by imhill, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. imhill

    imhill Junior Member

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    Hey all,

    as the title says i wanted to know how to use cakeslice to grab portions of a web page below the fold. Not even 2 days ago i saw someone talking about it but i just can't find it anymore...
    Thank you !
     
  2. rejv66

    rejv66 Junior Member

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  3. imhill

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    Thanks for your reply buddy. I was reading through all the pages and couldn't find the answer.. I wanted to know how to grab the content below the fold...Am i missing something ?
     
  4. theprofitpro

    theprofitpro Junior Member

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    Cake slice should come with a txt file. In it say how move below the fold. Also, I had a really hard time using cakeslice with firefox it worked best for me on IE.

    I hope that helps.

    Code:
    To pan page:
    Hold SPACEBAR + Click'n'Drag
    
     
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  5. imhill

    imhill Junior Member

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    Thanks a lot Profit ....I'm still without full control over it but at least i can do something i couldn't before...
    I was actually trying to iframe an entire page but i wanted to cut off the top. The first quarter of the top. I'm still unable to do it however if i need something at the bottom i'll be fine...
    Thanks again !
     
  6. theprofitpro

    theprofitpro Junior Member

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    I don't think cake slice will let you iframe the entire page but you could manually type the iframe coordinates and size. It might take a few tries to get it right. I have never done it but I think it should work.
     
  7. ExpertVision

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    guys ... anyone have a link to a cracked cakeslice?? :)
     
  8. xxf8xx

    xxf8xx Supreme Member

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    Guys the way to iFrame under the fold is simple... Just zoom out using (ctrl -) and then select the part you want. When you put it back on your page it will be regular size. Hope this helps!

    @ExpertVision it's in the download section somewhere just search for it
     
  9. imhill

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    Thanks a lot XX,

    Most pages aren't that big and i'm sure it's going to do the trick for me but... how would you get the email form on the bottom of this page for instance ? I tried to test it but i couldn't go that small... I could also use the space bar as theprofitpro suggested but i believe my browsers are going crazy lol
     
  10. wowhaxor

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    If you're trying to do the whole page you don't even need cakeslice, just put the pixel coordinates in manually for the extreme values of the page you're trying to iframe.
     
  11. PeeWeeDee

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    all you have to do is change the view of your browser so you can see all the page in a reduce sized this will not change the cordinates so press the CTRL and the - (minus key) key on your keyboard this will reduce your view and you can cake slice all of what you need. use the CTRL + to increase the view.