I've never done it, but you're looking at a COM object that will download the page you specify and parse it however you want and then add it to your page.<BR><BR>Also: note that this will increase the loading time of your page noticably<BR><BR>Nathan
You will need a third-party component to do this. There is a free one, ASPTear (http://www.softwing.com/iisdev/asptear/). This can be used to get HTTP results from another webserver. There is an article and example code on how to use ASP Tear:<BR><BR>Grabbing Information from other Servers <BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/071199-1.shtml<BR>
You could try this:<BR><BR><object type="text/x-scriptlet" width=100% height="250" data="http://www.normad.com"><BR></object><BR><BR>It will be client side, but will add the contents of the web site to your own page. <BR><BR>It is sort of DHTML, but you could modify it to do this:<BR><BR><object type="text/x-scriptlet" width=100% height="250" data="<%=RS("URL")%>"><BR></object><BR><BR>Where RS is your recordset and URL is the field name of the web address.