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Old June 19th, 2005, 11:52 PM
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Exclamation How to know that the iframe is empty!

I create a form that use <iframe> and I want to know whether the user input the data in my <iframe> or not. If he doesn't input data, I want it to alert the error message. But I don't know how to do.

Help me, please!

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What do you mean 'I create a form that use <iframe>'? I don't follow.

Can we see your code please?

It should be quite simple for a script to validate, provided the page in
the iframe is within your domain...

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