Configuring a Browser with embedded "framed" websites?

Shiners

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Hello all!

I'm trying to find a way to embed multiple websites within one browser Window.

Here's the scenario:

I'm setting up a TV display in the front of our IT office. I am auto-logging in with an account.
I want to display a dashboard of our IT operations, along with current weather and an Oncore power outage.

Currently I have a batch file that calls Chrome, Firefox, and IE that launches to the specific website. The pages are sized to each fit a section of the screen. This looks rather tacky with each browser's bar showing at the top of each website.

I would like to be able to have some sort of clean "kiosk" window, that has each page loaded in the ONE browser window (Chrome with -kiosk possibly?)

Any and all ideas are welcome!

 

iceblitzed

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Open notepad. Save the file as an .html file:

Copy the following:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>



<iframe width=x height=x scrolling=x src="http://url.com"></iframe>
<iframe width=x height=x scrolling=x src="http://url.com"></iframe>
<iframe width=x height=x scrolling=x src="http://url.com"></iframe>



</body>
</html>

These iframes are the embedded frames you are looking for most likely. Just replace the x's with the width and height of each frame. Replace the url placeholders with actual urls. Save the file after editing, open the html file with a browser and see the results. Press f11 or some option to enter fullscreen. youll need to tweak the width and height as sees fit.
 

iceblitzed

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May 12, 2014
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Open notepad. Save the file as an .html file:

Copy the following:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>



<iframe width=x height=x scrolling=x src="http://url.com"></iframe>
<iframe width=x height=x scrolling=x src="http://url.com"></iframe>
<iframe width=x height=x scrolling=x src="http://url.com"></iframe>



</body>
</html>

These iframes are the embedded frames you are looking for most likely. Just replace the x's with the width and height of each frame. Replace the url placeholders with actual urls. Save the file after editing, open the html file with a browser and see the results. Press f11 or some option to enter fullscreen. youll need to tweak the width and height as sees fit.
 
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