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How to load an app within webpage iframe? How to automate script on windows? Answered

The android app via bluestacks is what I want within a webpage and if possible to also embed this within my app (.exe). How can I also let an automated script to run on booting to open a command. How to load an app within webpage iframe? How to automate script on windows prompt within a file location then input a code then press enter and leave it open. This will be repeated every time after booting. The free app is what I want to restrict directly from clients.

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Downunder35m

2 years ago

You are basically asking how to get around all good security measures and I fail to see the benefit of giving advise on that.

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seandogueDownunder35m

Answer 2 years ago

Possibly, but the way I read the OP's query, it sounds like he or she is simply ignorant of how to use standard web design items like iframes and user control.

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Downunder35mseandogue

Answer 2 years ago

That much was obvious but it does not change the sound of the request.

Sometimes I do wonder:
Before going through the troubles of creating an account here, (hopefully) finding the right section to post and finally waiting for a meaningful reply,
wouldn't it make sense to
a) Do a proper Google search
b) Check for forums or discussion boards dedicated to the topic - should appear during a though
c) Check if something sililar to the request has already been done or implemented
?????

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seandogueDownunder35m

Answer 2 years ago

+1

And if it's simply a sI suggested, he/she needs to do some research and get educated on web design. Using an iframe isn't terribly difficult, but it's not something I'm going to spell out as a paint by numbers solution. One place is W3schools. (OP, google the term I used...W3schools)

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icengDownunder35m

Answer 2 years ago

+1

Well said.. You should be a writer for the Game_of_Thrones..

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seandogue

2 years ago

have users sign into your site or require some other identifier, then implement a user control paradigm where privileges are only extended to "authorized" users. Don't load any content to them they aren't qualified for, **before** the "qualifiable" applet is loaded.