Good question... I dunno what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
First, you have to name your iFrame. In this example, I named it iFrame... I'm lacking originality..
Next, you need the.
Attribute (deprecated in XHTML). So you'll have something like this:.
If you want every link to load in the iFrame, instead of adding.
To every link, you can add this to your header:.
I hope this helps [EDIT: despite Gregory beating be to the reply]...
Probably more results than what I would have needed.
Hehhehe thanks dude..
Gotta love those new brinkster pop-ups I see I'm not the only one using brinkster.
Collado, you've asked a very good question. *g* Now I have a corollary to it..
How do you link .asp pages to an iframe?.
Here's my difficulty:.
I've got my navigation in one .asp file, the iframe in another. Even when I set the source file just as you have described, Jeff, it won't load into the iframe. It comes up as a separate window - in Simpletext, of all things. However, using the same code for all my links, only two of the .asp pages come up in the iframe. The other two I have come up in Simpletext windows. (Oh, that's sort of like having it open up in Notepad, rather than in the iframe.).
Now, before I continue tearing my hair out over this, I created most of the pages in Dreamweaver. Because the contents of the iframe are text only, I just used Simpletext to add what little HTML code was necessary. The content pages will show up in Dreamweaver as html files, just not in a browser. Do you think opening the files in DW and saving them as .asp files from there would help?.
Yeah that is interesting I didnt think of what you posed above.
, just when I thought I had it all figured out.
Wish I could answer peg.
Hopefully someone will answer I wanna know myself...
*lol* I was doing so well with everything else, too. I'd never done .asp pages or SSI before..
But that's part of the reason for posting questions. I didn't know anything about iFrames until someone started asking about them. Most of what I know of CSS comes from reading questions and answers in the forum..
And silly things, like extra spacing in a table code can create extra spaces in the table - even if the spaces are only created by having the </td> tag on another line. Or how to keep a line of images in line when the window width is less than the total image width - like the header images on this site..
And I learned something from this thread. I didn't know you could create a base target for links. It's not something I'd use for my own iPage site - not right now - but my kids are interested in creating their own sites and most of what they want to post is their writing. With them only having a few pages of stuff, they could have a menu link to each item and even images could be targetted to an iframe. Using the base target would make life much easier. *lol* They have problems enough with spelling and punctuation without adding code for them to misspell or mispunctuate..
Thanks for asking the question..
Well peg I'm playing with it now and so far havent gotten it to work, my first link under my first section titled poetry is the one I'm trying to target for the iframe..
I think it will be cool as soon as I get it to work..