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    Dividing the Whole Page into 100*100 frames

    i am new javascripting. and i need some help with diving my whole webpage into frames of 100*100.
    please help

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    explain the type of 'frames'

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    Pages with more than four frames are used as examples of how NOT to create a web site. Are you looking to create an example to add to that list?
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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.

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    Use a for loop and use it to write out 100 <IFRAME> tags using document.write().

    The very concept is a bad idea though, so what are you ultimately trying to do? I'm sure someone here can help with a possible alternative.

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    WTF?.........

    That would have to be the largest single imagemap I've ever seen. Even with a tool to help create it....the time....the effort.....

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    it is dynamicly created on the serverside.


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