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    multiple components

    lets just say i want more then one thing on a webpage, like a forum on the top and a guestbook on the bottom, how would i go in organizing what goes where, what is that like a css document?

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    May be this is a good start
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    can you put a forum inside a webpage to take up like half of it. if so how can i generate this code?

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    You could use an iframe to embed a forum or guestbook. Its out there on Google about it. I don't know of any good situation where you'd want to do this though?
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    okay a few questions, how can i find the source to a forum like this
    http://www.silive.com/forums/devils/

    where i can change the dimensions of the forum box. also, if i were to have a chat room, how could i make it so that only regitered users can enter the chat room only


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