Set content of iframe

Issue

I have the following structure.

<div>
<p>Hello World !!</p>
</div>
<iframe id="myiframe" src='myiframeContent.html'></iframe> 

and I have the following JavaScript variable with content:

var s ="<html><head></head><body><div>Test_Div</div></body></html>";

How can I change the content of iframe with id myiframe with variable s?

I tried:

$("#myiframe").html(s);

Which giving me a very unusual return, it changes all the content of Current page to VAR S
Ex : styles,background etc..

How can I set the content of an iframe with a variable that contains HTML?

The content of variable s follows:

 <html>
  <head>
    <title>{page_name}</title>
    <meta name="keywords" content="{page_meta_tags}" />
    <script src="/1.js"></script>
    <script src="/2.js"></script>
 <style>
   h2{
 
 color:red;} 

 h1{
 color:red;}

 body{
     
 background-color:#f0eded;
 color:74f503;
 font-family:Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;
 background:url({getUrl});}
  </style> 
  </head>
   
  <body>
    yahoo
    <div style="float:right">{pagecomment}</div>
    <div id="blogstart" style="">
      <h1>My Blog</h1>
      {nextPrevPagination}
      {blog} 
      {nextPrevPagination}
    </div>
    <p>My Page Name : {page_name}</p><br/>
    <p>Name of this template</p><br/>
    <p>Date started this page : {page_date}</p><br/>
    <label>Address</label>
    <textarea>{page_address}</textarea>
    
    <span>Country : {page_country} State :{page_state}</span>
    <p>page City : {page_city} Page Pincode {page_pincode}</p>
    <a href="mailto:{page_email}">Email me</a>
    {page_bio_title} and {page_bio_desc}
    <img src="{page_profile}" />
    {page_avatar}
    <p>Contact me : {page_mobile} , {page_landline} </p>
    <a href="http://www.facebook.com/{page_facebook_user}">I am on Facebook</a>
    <a href="http://www.twitter.com/{page_twitter_user}"></a>
  </body>
  
</html>

After applying this variable to the iframe I got like this [inspected through firebug]
Note that it doesn’t have BODY ,Head tag, but the above one [var s] has a BODY tag.

<html>  
  
    <title>{page_name}</title>
    <meta content="{page_meta_tags}" name="keywords">
    
    
 <style>
   h2{
 
 color:red;} 

 h1{
 color:red;}

 body{
     
 background-color:#f0eded;
 color:74f503;
 font-family:Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;
 background:url({url});}
  </style> 
  
    yahoo
    <div style="float: right;">{pagecomment}</div>
    <div style="" id="blogstart">
      <h1>My Blog</h1>
      {nextPrevPagination}
      {blog} 
      {nextPrevPagination}
    </div>
    <p>My Page Name : {page_name}</p><br>
    <p>Name of this template</p><br>
    <p>Date started this page : {page_date}</p><br>
    <label>Address</label>
    <textarea>{page_address}</textarea>
    
    <span>Country : {page_country} State :{page_state}</span>
    <p>page City : {page_city} Page Pincode {page_pincode}</p>
    <a href="mailto:{page_email}">Email me</a>
    {page_bio_title} and {page_bio_desc}
    <img src="{page_profile}">
    {page_avatar}
    <p>Contact me : {page_mobile} , {page_landline} </p>
    <a href="http://www.facebook.com/{page_facebook_user}">I am on Facebook</a>
    <a href="http://www.twitter.com/{page_twitter_user}"></a>
  </html>

Solution

I managed to do it with

var html_string= "content";
document.getElementById('output_iframe1').src = "data:text/html;charset=utf-8," + escape(html_string);

Answered By – Red

Answer Checked By – Jay B. (AngularFixing Admin)

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