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Allow framing of links to current site in stack snippets

Over at PPCG.SE (CodeGolf.SE), we regularly use stack snippets for leaderboards for our programming challenges. However, the snippets feature prevents our leaderboards from having links to the answers....
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Why does StackExchange now show an empty page with the reddit toolbar?

Sometimes I like to share interesting links from StackExchange with Reddit. This has many benefits: Some Reddit users discover the site It can improve ranking of the site in Google It helps share ...
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"For security reasons, framing is not allowed; click OK to remove the frames." on Imgur upload

Ok first, there's that lugubrious use of the semicolon; not necessary. Second, I didn't open a frame! You did! Alls I tried to do is upload a 5MB animated .gif file via Imgur. Looking further into ...
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"no framing allowed" alert steals focus from other tabs

This annoying behavior pops up when browsing sites like reddit, which has an option to display a toolbar with the post title, quick access to comments etc. I frequently open several links in different ...
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Clicking "comment" or "stats" on a community ad brings up "framing is not allowed"

Clicking on the "comment" or "stats" link on a community ad brings up a dialog like this: On pressing OK, the page is loaded as normal. This is in Chrome 12.
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