I would like to know if anybody with experience in iframes using CSS can give me a solution that would allow me to do the following: Position the form from this page (a page I have no control over): [url removed, login to view] in an iframe on a custom Landing Page. But program it so that when the "click to continue" button is clicked the following page doesnt just appear in an iframe but either takes up the entire window (i.e. the custom landing page disappears) or a new window opens with the following page. Please note again: i have no control over the page with the form on it. I cannot alter that code so any programming can only be done on the mother page (not the page with the form being iframed).
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