Originally Posted by SpongeRob
Thanks for your reply Fireplace_Tea, OK here's what I am trying to achieve with my limited knowledge.
Top frame (approx 100 pixels high) - Centered company intranet banner, I'm using hotspots on the banner image to link to other important pages.
Main frame - Displaying the users homepage, in this frame they are free to browse the net.
The hardship that I am trying to overcome is having a local text file (or something similiar) containing the users home page, so that each user can have their own homepage and it is easy to edit their individual homepages from machine to machine. They cannot edit their own homepage url as I have disabled it from Internet Options using Internet Explorer.
Of couse if somebody has a better way of doing all of this then I am willing to change how I've gone about doing this!
OK...I think I know what you want now. But first: GET RID OF FRAMES!!!!
Second, what you are looking to do is typically done on the server side, not the client side like you are trying to do. It usually requires a membership login so each user can be served their own page and make changes to their own page only. For an example, think of Facebook (I will assume you have a facebook account). Everyone signs in and has their own homepage. Within your home page you can make a lot of changes such as who is allowed to access your homepage, which emails you get and so on. All info that you edit is saved in a database on a server and retrieved from the database when you login from any PC, MAC or mobile device. In short, it is all server based.
Let me know if I understood what you are looking to do. Thanks.