#5 Frame Support

closed-fixed
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5
2002-10-09
2001-08-16
Anonymous
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It didn't work for me for the following frame tag.

<frame name="leftFrame" src="urun_sol.htm"
bordercolor="#7D93E8" frameborder="YES"
scrolling="AUTO">

notice the name='left frame' option.
in preg_match_all frame[\s]*src is used.
but it doesn't cover strings like these. So i used the
foloowing expression to detect frame tags, it seems to
work but i'm not good at reg exp, please let me know
if something is wrong?

"/<frame[^>]*src[\s]*=[\s]*[\'\"]?([^\'\"]*)[^>]*>/"
***
"/<frame[\s]*src[\s]*=[\s]*[\'\"]?([^\'\"]*)[^>]*>/"

not,ce the difference on the 10th and 11st characters.

this exp. is on the 811th line in snoopy class.

Amac Herdagdelen
Amaç Herdağdelen

Discussion

  • Monte Ohrt

    Monte Ohrt - 2002-10-09
    • assigned_to: nobody --> mohrt
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Monte Ohrt

    Monte Ohrt - 2002-10-09

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    fixed in CVS, should match with extra text.

     

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