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01-05-2004, 09:21 AM

I currently have a home page made up of two frames (horizontal menu (top), content (bottom) )

My goal is to click on my 'Training & Development' button and the frames will be replaced with the Training page only instead of showing in the content frame with the menu frame still there.

I do not know the code to write in the .js document in order to make this happen, I would be most appreciative if anyone can help?!?

The following is an excert from the .js document i think i need to add the relevant code into:

Menu6=new Array("Training & Development","Training Home Frame.htm","",1,45,100);

01-05-2004, 09:30 AM
You must post the whole menu script.
Hint, if the menu is a hyperlink, the output should be:

<a href="training.htm" target="nameOfFrame">Training</a>

01-05-2004, 12:20 PM
Thanks for the reply, but the menu is in js not html. The following is the relevant HV script if it helps (sourced from dynamicdrive.com)... Any ideas what i'm missing ??

var NoOffFirstLineMenus=2; // Number of first level items
var LowBgColor='#800000'; // Background color when mouse is not over
var LowSubBgColor='#993333'; // Background color when mouse is not over on subs
var HighBgColor='#800000'; // Background color when mouse is over
var HighSubBgColor='#800000'; // Background color when mouse is over on subs
var FontLowColor='white'; // Font color when mouse is not over
var FontSubLowColor='white'; // Font color subs when mouse is not over
var FontHighColor='yellow'; // Font color when mouse is over
var FontSubHighColor='yellow'; // Font color subs when mouse is over
var BorderColor='white'; // Border color
var BorderSubColor='white'; // Border color for subs
var BorderWidth=1; // Border width
var BorderBtwnElmnts=1; // Border between elements 1 or 0
var FontFamily="arial,comic sans ms,technical" // Font family menu items
var FontSize=8; // Font size menu items
var FontBold=1; // Bold menu items 1 or 0
var FontItalic=0; // Italic menu items 1 or 0
var MenuTextCentered='left'; // Item text position 'left', 'center' or 'right'
var MenuCentered='left'; // Menu horizontal position 'left', 'center' or 'right'
var MenuVerticalCentered='top'; // Menu vertical position 'top', 'middle','bottom' or static
var ChildOverlap=.2; // horizontal overlap child/ parent
var ChildVerticalOverlap=.2; // vertical overlap child/ parent
var StartTop=0; // Menu offset x coordinate
var StartLeft=0; // Menu offset y coordinate
var VerCorrect=0; // Multiple frames y correction
var HorCorrect=0; // Multiple frames x correction
var LeftPaddng=3; // Left padding
var TopPaddng=2; // Top padding
var FirstLineHorizontal=1; // SET TO 1 FOR HORIZONTAL MENU, 0 FOR VERTICAL
var MenuFramesVertical=0; // Frames in cols or rows 1 or 0
var DissapearDelay=1000; // delay before menu folds in
var TakeOverBgColor=1; // Menu frame takes over background color subitem frame
var FirstLineFrame='MyFrameOne'; // Frame where first level appears
var SecLineFrame='MyFrameTwo'; // Frame where sub levels appear
var DocTargetFrame='MyFrameTwo'; // Frame where target documents appear
var TargetLoc='MenuPos'; // span id for relative positioning
var HideTop=0; // Hide first level when loading new document 1 or 0
var MenuWrap=1; // enables/ disables menu wrap 1 or 0
var RightToLeft=0; // enables/ disables right to left unfold 1 or 0
var UnfoldsOnClick=0; // Level 1 unfolds onclick/ onmouseover
var WebMasterCheck=0; // menu tree checking on or off 1 or 0
var ShowArrow=""; // Uses arrow gifs when 1
var KeepHilite=1; // Keep selected path highligthed
var Arrws=['tri.gif',5,10,'tridown.gif',10,5,'trileft.gif',5,10]; // Arrow source, width and height

function BeforeStart(){return}
function AfterBuild(){return}
function BeforeFirstOpen(){return}
function AfterCloseAll(){return}

// Menu tree
// MenuX=new Array(Text to show, Link, background image (optional), number of sub elements, height, width);
// For rollover images set "Text to show" to: "rollover:Image1.jpg:Image2.jpg"

Menu1=new Array("Training & Development","Training Home Frame.htm","",1,40,100);

Menu2=new Array("Example","Example.htm","",1,40,100);

01-06-2004, 12:29 AM
I'm getting there, managed to find some code that sort of does what i'm, after but i want it to open the whole page in that browser not open another...

Menu6=new Array("Training & Development","javascript: window.open('file:///w:/TRAINnet/Frames/Home Frame.htm')","",1,45,100)

Need the language to replace 'open'

As you can see my js knowledge is pitiful. Thanks in advance !!

01-06-2004, 02:40 AM
Menu6=new Array("Training & Development","javascript:void window.open('training.htm','nameOfTargetFrame')","",1,45,100);


Menu6=new Array("Training & Development","javascript:top.frames['nameOfTargetFrame'].location.href='training.htm'","",1,45,100);

01-06-2004, 04:03 AM
Thanks Mate, works a treat !