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I'm using this iframe with some buttons to bring up various images individually on the click of the respective button. However, when the page loads, there is an empty space (not literally, but it's not very pretty!) where the iframe is before a user clicks on a button. What can I do to make this 'space' more aesthetcially pleasing? i.e can I put an image on top of the iframe before the user clicks on a button to bring up the iframe, rather than have a blank space there?

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You could create simple page as the initial source of the iframe so when the parent page is brought the default view contains something in the iframe area. then your button makes the necessary changes to bring up the images.

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Thanks Peter - Got it - damn, I'm being a little slow today - thanks for pointing me in the right direction! :)
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