iframes? - need to post content to 148 URL's from 1 source
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iframes? - need to post content to 148 URL's from 1 sourceI can't seem to get iframe to work on eBay, unless I use one specific URL - which is the URL where I found the code in the first place...
<p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
If I change it to anything else, say http://www.google.com, it doesn't work.
I also do not see a way to resize it, to fit my needs.
What I want to do is create a single page that has all of my eBay terms and conditions listed, and then link every eBay listing to that URL, so that if I need to make a change, I can simply change the master source, one time, instead of hundreds of times, one eBay listing at a time.
I've never used iframes before, and I am not a web-professional.
I'm just a guy that's been dabbling with authoring web pages for about 15 years, but never anything real complicated.
I do all my authoring in a simple text editor (usually notepad), rather than a wysiwyg program, like dreamscrape.
I'm not even sure that iframes is the right way to go, so I am open to suggestions.
As long as I can host my text, and make edits to it, without having to go back to each eBay listing and make an edit, I should be good.
If I can also actually host my text in a "pretty" webpage, that includes graphics and formatting, that would be ideal.
Be gentle, please, I'm old, and slow....LOL!!!
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