I know the iframe and its functioning. But the problem is that it includes all the site into the frame. You can implement a series of solutions (partial solutions) to display a certain part, but the reality is that all the website is behind the code.
Is there any way to display JUST the element I want. Imagine a slideshow, or a module showing images, etc.
From a page on another domain?
Thanks for replying.
No, from a page in the same page.
To provide more details, it is an static page with a CMS inside. I need to display a div from the CMS on the home page, which is static. To be even more specific, a certain module.
Thanks for any help.
Doesn't including a CMS div by through an iframe make matters unnecessarily complicated, in terms of making the CMS functional? What would force you to take the difficult road?
In fact, I don't see how you could update the contents of a mother page through a CMS div in the child, i.e. 'iframed' page? Or would it just be a dummy show case?
Create a template in your CMS that just shows the content you want (no header/footer etc)
Use an iframe in your static page then call the template page from your CMS...
if you were using php you could use the include or require statement.
place some thing like this in the spot where you wish to include the material