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By Sam Deering

Getting the Src of an Injected iFrame with jQuery

By Sam Deering
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Simple jQuery code snippet to get the src (ie the url) of an injected iframe by simply getting the value of it’s “src” parameter. From here you can access the params in the src.

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//selector for injected iframe
var iframeSrc = $('#iframe').attr('src');
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