r_schreiber — 2012-01-07T19:18:39-05:00 — #1
When I open a page with this
<object type="text/html" width="880" height="1200" background-color:#F999"
data="http://www.searchpoint.net/Search/mapSearch.aspx?_account=idd&_new=1&org_id=carets&agent_public_id=SSCHRRIC_socal&sponsor_office_id=H631_SOCAL&master_uid=DDA3E921-85C2-488C-8B79-DA50DB9D19BA&criteria=<Search><OrgId>carets</OrgId><NELat>33.61304676018744</NELat><NELong>-117.8405570983887</NELong><SWLat>33.5843072580453</SWLat><SWLong>-117.88999557495118</SWLong><LocationType>zip%20code</LocationType><MidLat>33.5986770091164</MidLat><MidLong>-117.86527633667</MidLong><Zoom>14</Zoom><SearchType>1</SearchType><PolygonType>zip</PolygonType><LocationType>zip%20code</LocationType><Location>92625%20(Zip%20Code)</Location><MinPrice>500000</MinPrice><MinBeds>2</MinBeds><MinBaths>2</MinBaths><MinSqFt>1400</MinSqFt><Status>A,B</Status><oper_in_misearch_features_2>OR</oper_in_misearch_features_2><oper_in_misearch_features_3>OR</oper_in_misearch_features_3><RESPropertyType>SFR,CON</RESPropertyType><Features></Features></Search>"><p>Your browser does not support iframe.></p>
I get the error as shown in the attachment.
The same search works well using iFrame but as that's deprecated (or is it?) I'm trying to perfect <object> instead.
Any clues . . ?
sdleihssirhc — 2012-01-08T21:04:06-05:00 — #2
I tried using <iframe> instead of <object>, but I got the same error in IE.
aussiejohn — 2012-01-09T06:59:18-05:00 — #3
iFrame is perfectly valid :). If it works, use that instead, it would probably be a better solution than trying to wrest <object> into submission.