Using iframe

You can force the Window to display its content in an <iframe> element by using the Iframe(true) configuration method.

Important

  • Loading HTML fragments (partial content) inside an iframe is not correct. iframe pages have to include a DOCTYPE, html, head, and body tags, just like a standard web page does.
  • Avoid using iframes on iOS devices because they are not scrollable and always expand to match the content.

The following example demonstrates how to access the window and document objects inside the iframe. To achieve this, the nested page has to belong to the same domain as the main page. The iframe is accessed through the element of the Window.

Example
@(Html.Kendo().Window()
    .Name("window")
    .Title("Iframe Window")
    .Iframe(true)
    .LoadContentFrom("Content", "Home")
)

<script>
    $(function() {
        var windowElement = $("#window");
        var iframeDomElement = windowElement.children("iframe")[0];
        var iframeWindowObject = iframeDomElement.contentWindow;

        var iframeDocumentObject = iframeDomElement.contentDocument;
        // which is equivalent to
        // var iframeDocumentObject = iframeWindowObject.document;

        var iframejQuery = iframeWindowObject.$; // if jQuery is registered inside the iframe page, of course
    });
</script>

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