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Thread: Is this possible? (Using HTML or Java)

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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    Hi guys, once again I am in need of assistance with the website I am maintaining.


    So this time it goes like this:

    On the left hand side of all pages I have navigation links (Home, Who we are, Contact Us etc.).
    Now, whenever I click on one of those links it goes to the wanted page, but by completely refreshing the page (as in, all pages are the same layout, and it refreshes each time I want another page).
    So, my question is:
    Is there a code I can use that makes it that whenever I click on a nav link, it will only refresh the bit in the middle (in other words, the "important" bit), and not refresh the whole page, NOT USING FRAMES?

    If not, then can I make it so as the frames would be with no border, so as to not ruin the layout and colour of the page?


    Thanks,
    Rafi


    If you need more info I am available on MSN: rafi_thegreat@hotmail.com
    Or on ICQ: 194498719

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    I think this is only possible when using frames. dunno if this works vor iframes
    Last edited by {I}{K}{E}; 07-29-2005 at 09:39 AM.

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    OK...

    Do you happen to know how to make the frame the same colour as the rest of the page it is sitting in?
    As in the same background colour....

    Thanks

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    Oh, and what is the code that makes it change the frame.....?

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    <body bgcolor="#000000">

    change #000000 to the correct color nr.


    or if you have a pic as background:

    <body background="picture.gif">
    Last edited by {I}{K}{E}; 07-29-2005 at 09:24 AM.

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    OK, I will try and fix up the frames later on.. thanks!!

    And is this the code for no scrollbar?
    <ifram src="blabla.html" scrolling=no>

    Thanks a million IKE!!

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    for no scrollbar try:

    <body style="overflow:auto;">

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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    Oh and one more thing which is really annoying me..

    Wehenver I link an image, the image suddenyl has a purple outline which Id DONT want..
    I have looked through all documents, including the CSS and JS files, and I don't know whatis causing this...
    Any help with this?

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    does this help? - border="0"
    eg.
    <p><a href="http://www.unified-systems.org/Resources/RND04.mov" target="_blank"><img src="images/economic.jpg" width="263" height="102" border="0"></a></p>
    Last edited by 99%; 07-29-2005 at 10:23 AM.

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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    Awesome, thanks 99%!!!


    And yet another thing - if I have a frame in the page with a link in it, how can I make it so that the link will take you to the page in the while window, not just in the frame (cos the frame isn't big enough...). How do I make this? I know its something to do with target in the <a href> tag.. I'm just not sure what it is..

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