Triple Entendre (triple_entendre) wrote,
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Can't Eat, Clowns will Sleep Me

For webservice mash-ups, especially bookmarklets, injecting an IFRAME into the current page is a nice UI method because it preserves the function of the 'back' button. Press 'back' and you go back to the version of the page as it was before the IFRAME was added.

I made a pretty nifty bookmarklet for use with, but I ran into the cross-site scripting security restrictions and set it aside. I plan to rewrite it as a Greasemonkey extension, which (I think) would get around that problem.
Tags: bookmarklets, javascript, programming, security
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