On Sep 21, 2004, at 13:40 Uhr, Dave Silvester wrote:
> On Tuesday 21 Sep 2004 10:23, Florian Weber wrote:
>> any ideas?
> Don't use frames? You could use Iframes with CSS styling, but even
> that isn't
> a great solution - there's probably a better way to do what you want
> using any kind of frames at all.
> Or, turn the frameborders off completely (I seem to remember you can
> do that
> with frames, but I haven't touched a frames site since about 1999) and
> perhaps put the border down the side of one of the contents frames to
> the same impression you are looking for?
> Frames are a Bad Thing. (I wonder if that's CSS-D holy war territory?
for what i'm doing its simply the best solution to use frames. i'm
having a cms
app where on the left side you have a tree of pages and all kind of
pages in the right frame. i dont want to reload the page tree, just
the user clicked on 'edit page' which happens in the right frame..
for sure im open for any tipps how to do that better though =)
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