Iframe not loading

wargamer6

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I'm having problems getting an iFrame to load in FF and IE. I was using the cakeslice code and it used to work just fine. But lately it hasn't; I got emails from people that said they couldn't enter an email and when I went to check I saw that it wasn't loading.

I thought it was the advertiser blocking me but I even iframed a part of yahoo and it's still not showing on either.
 

h8tricky

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I think new updates in Firefox and IE are preventing this
 

showboytridin

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Put the iframe code here. The last browser updates can block cookies some times.
 

wargamer6

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Code:
<div style="overflow: hidden; width: 232px; height: 61px; position: relative;" id="i_div">
<iframe name="i_frame" src="http://www.yahoo.com" style="border: 0pt none ; left: -176px; top: -36px; position: absolute; width: 1366px; height: 573px;" scrolling="no"></iframe></div>
 

wargamer6

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It's just showing a white bar where the Iframe should be.
 

showboytridin

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That code is fine. The white bar is from the yahoo page. It 's working perfect here.
 

showboytridin

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It shows the yahoo site because you have the yahoo site on your code. To show a CPA ad you must put the CPA link on iframe tag instead of the yahoo site.
 

wargamer6

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Dude I know that. I'm not going to put my CPA link here.
 

showboytridin

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Due the last updates of IE and Firefox your CPA link must have a '.' (don 't know if that 's case) to accept cookies. Maybe that 's the problem. For example if you run a script from
Code:
[URL="http://localhost/script"]http://localhost/script
[/URL], probably will not accept cookies. You need to use
Code:
[URL]http://127[/URL][COLOR=Red].[/COLOR]0[COLOR=Red].[/COLOR]0[COLOR=Red].[/COLOR]1/script
.
 

wargamer6

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So just add a period? None of my CPA links have that.
 

showboytridin

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Well, that 's the problem then. Try to put the domain on your CPA link (your if that 's local). You have the problem solved.
 
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