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    Question Iframe gets a NULL for its width and height

    We are using a custom CMS of our web host, and I've added a google map to our site. Now, I am trying to use inline css to specify the width and the height and removing the height and width attributes, but for the life of me those attributes are coming back with a NULL value. Why is this even happening?

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    Re: Iframe gets a NULL for its width and height

    The culprit seem to be the CMS we are using.
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    Re: Iframe gets a NULL for its width and height

    Is there an !IMPORTANT marked on some CSS that the CMS gave you?

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