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    Unhappy does anybody know the script for framez?

    i lost my script for framez, does anybody have it? plz help me.
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    plz help me!
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    script? There is no script needed to make frames on a webpage.

    You can use a frameset or an iframe. Here is a thing on iframes: http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/...l?tw=authoring
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    <frame src="<source>">
    Example:
    [code]<frame src="http://www.javascript-kit.com/">
    <frame src="http://www.codingforums.com/">
    Bring it on

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    To put frames in place, you'd put something like this:


    <frameset cols="*, *">

    <frame src="page1.html" [other attributes here]>
    <frame src="page2.html" [other attributes here]>

    </frameset>



    Of course, you would need to give more information as to how you want your output page to look in order to know how to write the code. This is the basic framework for a frames page with two side-by-side vertical frames of equal width.

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    The following tutorial should help: http://www.javascriptkit.com/frame1.shtml
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    There are quite a few tutorials on frames out there. Don't forget to google and search the forums. You may find your answer quicker than if you had posted!

    NB: www.w3schools.com has some great tutorials!
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    <frame src="<source>">
    Example:
    [code]<frame src="http://www.javascript-kit.com/">
    <frame src="http://www.codingforums.com/">



    how do you use the top code? sry, i am so dumb.....i need a more simple code....
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    frames:

    W3

    w3schools

    Webmonkey

    google

    htmlhelp

    you can find all sorts of help if you look around a bit...
    Last edited by shlagish; 03-01-2004 at 02:48 AM.
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