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  1. #1
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    Frames, I frames, no frames. other?

    I am wanting to create a page with a frame in the middle (like an iframe) as i do not want everything to reload everytime.
    Just the frame content to load.

    BUT.... i don't want to use frames as the pafe needs to be multi-browser compatable! How can this be done?

    Andy

  2. #2
    It may be browser compatible, but search engines will hate it, pure and simple.

    I'd recommend using CSS to achieve the look, and not worry about reloading content.
    ::: Jeremy C. Wright :::
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  3. #3
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    Originally posted by Jeremy W.

    I'd recommend using CSS to achieve the look, and not worry about reloading content.
    You can use CSS to change content? I don't suppose you would mind posting a code snippet? Only way I know how to do this is with Javascript and old netscape browsers don't work with my method-

  4. #4
    Hey,

    I actually said "and not worry about changing content", as in the reloading of content isn't actually a big deal. Would you like CNN to have frames?

    J
    ::: Jeremy C. Wright :::
    http://www.ensight.org

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    ahh, I thought so- and no I wouldn't want CNN or anybody else for that matter using frames-
    Now that I think of it, it probably is possible to use CSS to change content with a class... I wonder if I can do it.

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