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I have a small page that contains an iframe.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
 
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
    <title>League Tables</title>
    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="60"/>
    <meta name="keywords" content="football, tables, as it stands, live tables, premiership"/>
    <link rel="icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon"/>
    <link rel="shortcut icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon"/> 
</head>
<body style="background-color:#DBE5F1; width:100%;">
<br />
<iframe id="panel" align="middle" name="panel" frameborder="0"  width="1300px" height="620px" src="http://www.bellcross.co.uk/Tables.htm" scrolling="auto" style="background-color:#DBE5F1">
 
</iframe>
 
</body>
</html>
 
This pics up a second page www.bellcross.co.uk/Tables.htm and inserts it into the frame.
 
Both the main page and the insert are uploaded to the webspace.
I can view them perfectly well when I view them on the local copy.
 
However, when I go to the web I get This Message[^].
 
Any clues?
 
If you go to http://www.bellcross.co.uk/CCC.htm[^] it works perfectly well, so it is not the website.
 

 
EDIT *-*-*-*-*
 
I am a Moron!
 
My Users Subfolder was clicked to be Read Only!
 
Sometimes you miss the bleedin' obvious!
 
This is what happens when you reinstall windows, all the things you assume to be right, aren't.
 
check it out[^]
 
The only place on the web where all league tables are shown on one page, live, and changing as each goal is scored.
Posted 23-Feb-12 9:43am
Dalek Dave432.8K
Edited 23-Feb-12 10:18am
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Comments
lewax00 at 23-Feb-12 15:58pm
   
They both work fine for me...
Dalek Dave at 23-Feb-12 16:20pm
   
see above.
Sudden realisation!
Manfred R. Bihy at 23-Feb-12 16:23pm
   
Great you could work it out! :thumbsup:
 
Cheers!
Dalek Dave at 23-Feb-12 16:32pm
   
It was working before my problems, but after I re-windowed it wasn't working.
I checked all the paths, they were good.
I checked the FTP call in the batch file and that seemed good.
Stumped!
 
Then all of a sudden it occured to me that the problem was that the users directory was mark read only.
Why?
It certainly shouldn't be.
Oh well, I unclicked and bingo, it worked perfectly well again.
 
Bloody Microsoft.

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Solution 1

If you type www.bellcross.co.uk/Tables.htm[^] into the address bar it produces a page not found error: I would suggest that the file does not exist on the server so can't appear in the iframe!
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Dalek Dave at 23-Feb-12 15:51pm
   
I had thought that.
 
But it definitely does, I open filezilla and there it is!
Manfred R. Bihy at 23-Feb-12 15:51pm
   
Sounds logical ;)
Have a 5!
Dalek Dave at 23-Feb-12 15:54pm
   
Logic has nothing to do with it.
I have uploaded, and checked it is there.
mark merrens at 23-Feb-12 15:58pm
   
http://www.bellcross.co.uk/Tables.htm is not there. You sure you're not getting mixed up: you later refer to http://www.bellcross.co.uk/CCC.htm. Maybe you're a little mixed up.
Dalek Dave at 23-Feb-12 16:14pm
   
I was showing that one page could be viewed, but not another.

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