In an online browser game I play, I made a page that will load chat down the bottom, and the game up the top. That works fine.
So how about facebook? Well, facebook doesn't load in a frame.
So I tried to load google so I could then find facebook. No such luck, google didn't work either.
I was now wondering if my code was wrong.
But I tried one more: duckduckgoo.com
That loaded fine, and from there I tried to access both facebook and google.
Facebook loaded, but overwrote the frameset.
Google didn't load at all.
How can a page even detect that it's in a frame?
Why would a page guard against it, I can't see it being a security risk.
If you are interested, the code I used:
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<head> <title>sdfgeoff's chat bar</title> <meta name='author' content='sdfgeoff'> <meta name='date' content='30 October 2012'></meta> <frameset rows="*,300"> <frame src="http://duckduckgoo.com" name="PG"> <frame src="http://widget00.mibbit.com/?settings=bdf88975c778a8d1535311aebda07265&server=irc.mibbit.net&channel=%23DEEP_Space&nick=Friend_23%3F%3F&noservernotices=true" name="Chat"> </frameset> </head> <body> </body>