View Full Version : Please Code this Template

07-21-2008, 09:04 PM
I recently had a unique template made and I need help coding it. I can't seem to cut and code it all right so I wondering if you guys could help me. All I have is an image of the template, but I can provide you with all I want to be done. If you're able to do it, my Email is jhatchett@gmail.com so you can send the coded template to me in a .zip file or something.

Template: Image (http://img392.imageshack.us/img392/6761/tempaltecopygs4.jpg)

What I want to Be Done

-The Television Screen: I want to use the T.V. as my content box. The Static can be cut out if you'd like. All I want is an iFrame there with a Black Background and Text.

-Links for the Bar: I'd like the bar under the television screen to be click able. I can create the link, I just need them to be usable. I don't care if you cut them out or use hotspot tools to highlight and map each one.

Iframe Scroll Bar: If there's a way to make the scroll bar either a color matching the site or not visible that would be great.

07-21-2008, 09:10 PM
you might need to place this in the job posting section. Not to sure if anyone here will do this amount for free but we can help you put it together if you like.

07-21-2008, 09:11 PM
1. Are you offering any money?
2. We can only design that exact template from a .psd, your image is a .jpg

07-21-2008, 09:15 PM
Yeah...I don't have any money...I have dreamweaver so I can do most things on my own, just need help with teh stupid Iframe....

07-21-2008, 09:18 PM
Yeah...I don't have any money...I have dreamweaver so I can do most things on my own, just need help with teh stupid Iframe....

Why, what's wrong with the Iframe?

07-21-2008, 09:19 PM
This forum is for helping people not for us to just code stuff for you for free. We have a paid work offers forum is you are willing to pay.

07-21-2008, 09:22 PM
You can change the color of the ifram, but it will only work in Internet explorer. I dont believe you can make the scroll bar dissapear though.

#iframe1 {
scrollbar-arrow-color: yellow;
scrollbar-base-color: black;
scrollbar-dark-shadow-color: yellow;
scrollbar-track-color: green;
scrollbar-face-color: blue;
scrollbar-shadow-color: white;
scrollbar-highlight-color: silver;
scrollbar-3d-light-color: black;

07-22-2008, 03:14 AM
No iFrames. They are a bad way to code. Slow page loading and all.

You need to find a way so that when you click on the link, the content changes, not the whole page. This can be done with PHP I know, and possibly with JavaScript.

You can always change the content so you have different pages for each.

The best option for you is probably flash. It can do what you want without server side. It is relatively easy to learn, and a great thing to know (I need to learn it)

07-22-2008, 07:57 AM
Instead of an IFrame, just use a div and load the content dynamically with JavaScript.

Here's a great guide that uses jQuery: http://nettuts.com/javascript-ajax/how-to-load-in-and-animate-content-with-jquery/

07-22-2008, 10:15 AM
maybe scrollbar="no"