dduardo. quick question.
i have 5 frames on my main page..wchih i will be constantly switching the contents of 3 of them(say over 100-1000pages). The reason I stuck with frames is because its easier and i don't have to repaste alot of organization structure to maintain it.
Thats the gist of what it looks like.
Now if i really wanted to move to tables...will it be easy? will the basica layout be easy to manipulate as a table(because the first time i tried, i really messed things up with the alignment. Note that the title/end will be the same page but the TOC/main/nav bar will change. IF your willing to take a look at the basic structure. I can email it to you if you can provide your remail.
thanks fro the example but i don't think its waht i'm looking for.
yeah i think i'm a long way from learning php =] but i'll look into it.
thanks for the advice though. Its much appreciated. As for hosting either a friend or rogers. Oh yeah and thanks for the above link on clientside stuff.
oh one more question...what would i use to put math symbols on a website?
Latex/mathematica/mathxhtml(i think its called)?
yes...unfortunately i'm a novice at this so frames is easiest...i haven't learned the include style that dduardo referenced to above. And i'm not ready to learn becuase there is quite a bit more fundamentals you gotta learn before you reach tthat point.
With frames...i can just easily remove a webpage and replace it with the one demanded on by a click. And its going to be a website of maybe 100-1000 pages of content with maybe 4-5 colours schemes. and different subject TOC.
DDuardo: just wanted to thank you again. The link above with teh clientside
includes works like a charm...its a bit more hassle(quite a bit of tweaking) then frames but hopefully i won't have any issues with mozilla using includes like i did using frames(mozilla screwed up my dir. tree or IE has defaults that auto link perfectly). Now i have both to work with, but will eventually choose one and can go show my buddy whose suppose to be working on thise with me and let him choose.
The only problem i have with client side is that for every page of content I want I need a duplicate page to hose the structure of the layout unless of course I dump the content into the same page which i don't really want...but meh.
EDIT: bah ran into a second problem...if you have a directory tree and are including files from different folders. The links of those files are not relative to them but to the host page that has the includes... guess i'll have to restructure the folders
EDIT: argh is there a reference that tells you what not to use in IE becasue of other browsers like mozilla. My scrollbar technique doesn't work in mozill.a
again i'm grateful for your help.
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