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    Hi. I need someone's help immediately. I'm a flash designer and never really had experience with html. But now i'm forced to because i have a project due for someone that wants the site to be in html. My question is: After you've created navigation, how would you put it on top of the page so that the NAVIGATION doesnt get reloaded just the content below depending on the button the person pressed. I want the navigation to be VISIBLE AT ALL TIMES, kinda like on a different layer in flash. Please help if you can.

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    I think you want frames.

    What are frames?
    Here is your document.
    frame 1 + frame 2

    in frame 1, you have menu.html
    in frame 2, you have content.html

    With javascript, you make your links in menu.html open in content.html.

    If this is what your looking for, you want frames.
    http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_frames.asp
    http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey...ns/frames.html
    Shawn

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    huh? javascript to open a link in another frame? just set the targets of the links to the other frame name and thats it

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    Ouch, it's been too long since I've use frames. Sorry, you're obviously right.
    Shawn

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    Yes that's what i was trying to do. FRAMES. Does any of you have any helpful tips or sites that show more examples in more depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shlagish
    I think you want frames.

    If this is what your looking for, you want frames.
    http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_frames.asp
    http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey...ns/frames.html
    shlagish already posted some pretty good ones, but here is another


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