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I try to load a pdf file into an iframe using JavaScript in a magento page: My pdf files are stored in /media/subdirectory.

I declared a .htaccess for my subdirectory in order to allow access, and When i go to the url www.mysite.com/media/subdirectory/myfile.pdf, the file is displayed in my browser.

But, when I define this url as my iframe src, my iframe loads the 404 page... (I checked the src url by copy/paste the src url into the browser, and the url is good)

Any idea why?

  • Provide the details of the browser on which your are trying. Some browsers wont support iframes. – PHP Bugs Apr 25 '15 at 9:29
  • same results both on Firefox and Safari – Alexglvr Apr 25 '15 at 9:53
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Magento closed access only to folder downloadable in media folder. In your case everything should work properly. Try to check file/folder permissions.

  • directory is 755 and file is 655. What is strange is that i can access the file if I put the iframe src url directly in the browser. – Alexglvr Apr 25 '15 at 9:57
  • Show us your iframe code – zhartaunik Apr 25 '15 at 11:28
  • <iframe id="deliverypdf-frame" style="display: none;" src="www.xxxxx.fr/media/custom_options/deliverytmp/delivery_100000311_100000057.pdf"></iframe> – Alexglvr Apr 25 '15 at 14:46
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Looking into it a little, there seems to be inconsistencies and issues loading a pdf in an iframe from browser to browser, but possibly some work arounds may work for you.

Take a look at this answer from a similiar question, it may help you out.

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