How To Stop Sites From Opening Your Blog In A Frame

OK this is another post that comes from a readers question.They said “I use Networked Blogs to auto share my posts on Facebook but when you click the link on Facebook it shows the page with a bar at the top and a different URL”.

This is in fact called a frame and some websites display pages from other sites within a frame, Stumble Upon would be a good example as indeed is Networked Blogs.While I feel Stumble Upon has a reason for this many websites do it to keep people on their site, some even take credit for your content.

Example

In the first image you see how the blog usually looks :

Here we see the blog within the Networked Blogs frame.In the address bar you can see the URL is Networked Blogs (In Green) and a bar runs across the top of the page (In Red) :

We can fix this and add a line of script to your template that detects when your blog is being placed in a frame and overrides the frame.This tutorial is for Blogger Blogs but the code will work on any site.

Stop Your Blog Opening In A Frame

Step 1. In Your (New Design) Blogger Dashboard Click The Drop Down Menu For Your Blog > Choose Template > Then Edit Html > Now Proceed as shown in the video Below :

Step 2. Find the following piece of code in your blogs Html : (Click Ctrl and F for a search bar to help find the code – How To Find Code In Blogger Template Template)

</head>

Step 5. Now Copy And Paste This Code Directly Above / Before </head>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=”JavaScript”>
if (window != top) top.location.href = location.href;
</SCRIPT>

Finally save your template.

Now your blog will no longer open in frames.Drop your comments and questions below.

7 comments:

  1. Angela’s Anxious LifeFebruary 28, 2014 at 4:50 AM

    OH wow!!! Now this is helpful!!

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  2. I did not realize this could happen thanks for giving us a way to stop it I added the code to my blog.

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  4. I think there is an option to not to display in frame on Networked Blogs

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  5. Networked Blogs was only used as an example of a site that uses frames.Lots of other sites use frames and the code will stop it on any site.

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  6. Really this is nice Technic .

    Now a days many people are iframing the pages of other sites

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  7. Well it’s really annoying to open sites in frames and I guess this tutorial is really helpful

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