2012-04-04 08:53
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I am loading an iframe with some post data, by using a form post as mentioned here too :

How do you post to an iframe?

Everything works fine. However,if my iframe url has a redirect in it ( through header or javascript snippet), it does not redirect to the next url within the iframe, but instead redirects the parent window.

eg: To post into iframe :

<form action="do_stuff.aspx" method="post" target="my_iframe">
  <input type="submit" value="Do Stuff!" />

<!-- when the form is submitted, the server response will appear in this iframe -->
<iframe name="my_iframe" src="not_submitted_yet.php"></iframe>



// DO some stuff with post data 
// redirect to a success url
header("Location: THE_URL");


The problem is THE_URL does not open in the iframe itself, instead it opens in full browser window, which is an undesired behaviour. How can I fix this ? The behaviour is same in firefox and chrome.

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  • duanji1924 2012-04-04 09:03

    I think that what can happend here is that THE_URL is some protected page that break frames. Perhaps wikipedia or other. With a code like this one:

    if (top.location != location) {
        top.location.href = document.location.href ;
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  • donglinxi1467 2012-04-04 09:03

    This doesn't directly answer your issue, but since you're already using javascript, why not submit the form via an AJAX post? A jQuery post that returns the new URL could work:

    var submitData = $('#yourForm').serialize();
    $.post('/your/url', submitData, function(data) {
        // Probably put some validation on the value coming back in data.
        window.location.href = data;
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  • dongyin2643 2012-04-04 09:08

    You could try using the php function file_get_contents, instead of header redirecting.

    $success_page = file_get_contents('');
    echo $success_page;
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