Thread: need some html help
03-25-2005, 04:13 PM #1need some html help
so i decided to start redesigning the old website we have that is suposed to be done by someone else but im not going to get into that...
i have changed everything from regular frames into iframes but i am confused as to how to get
link to what im doing
1) info to automatically load in the main iframe
2) you will notice that the link to the 'minutes' works, but the info doesnt load propperly...it is really weird having scrolling with in the page and also all the other frames open with scroll bars all over the place now. i was thinking that i could just opt out of all this misery and have it open in its own window!
3) am i using iframes totally wrong in this situation!?
note: i have always had a basic running knowlege of HTML but never really proficient at it. i "learned" how to use iframes in about an hour this afternoon with some online information so i dont even know if im using them correctly
thanks for the help
03-25-2005, 07:40 PM #2
Don't make the links open in a new window, that's a bad idea since users just tend to get frustrated. I also suggest you do away with frames completely. You won't find many sites that use them these days and for good reason. Just have a standard navigation scheme you can copy and paste into each document.
Use tables if you must, although they're out of fashion for layout and CSS is replacing them as 'the' way to do page design.I'm in your forums, writing sentences in a grammatically acceptable manner.
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