2013-02-25 02:35
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I'm trying to make login form open in iframe. If the login is successful when the user clicks submit button, I want iframe to close and redirect browser to index.php. The problem is that I don't know how to close iframe from that point.

Here's the code relevant to iframe that I have:

login.tmpl (html file, where the form is)

<div class="form_item submit_button">
  <button type="submit" name="submit">Login</button>

login.php (where i redirect to index. this is where i think i need some extra code to close iframe)

  if (!$error) {
        throw new RedirectBrowserException('index.php');

gallery.tmpl (where iframe is called. should not be important i think)

<a class="fancybox iframe fancybox.iframe" href="login.php">Iframe Login</a>

Edit. Here's my jQuery code (gallery.tmpl):

        $(document).ready(function() {
            padding : 0,
            prevEffect : 'none',
            nextEffect : 'none',
            helpers : {
                title : {
                  type: 'over'
                thumbs : {
                  width : 50,
                  height : 50
        $(document).ready(function() {
            autoDimensions : false,
            autoSize : false,
            padding : 0,
            width : 395,
            height : 195,
            type : 'iframe'
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  • drpjdfj618393 2013-02-25 20:17

    You could rather redirect to index.php from the page that opened fancybox (gallery.tmpl). Just add a callback in your fancybox custom script :

       afterClose : function(){
          // redirects to another file after closing
          window.location.href = "index.php";

    Then, inside loging.php you could do this to close fancybox on success:

    <?php if (!$error) { ?>
    <?php }; ?>
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  • dprq18175 2013-03-17 22:23

    Just solved the problem. In the end, this made it work:

      if (!$error) { ?>
        <script type="text/javascript">
        parent.$.fancybox.close();  //can use jQuery instead of $
        window.parent.location ='index.php';    
        </script> <?php

    So, redirecting the parent is what I was missing until I figured it out just now. I tried using some kind of delay at first, which didn't work.

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