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  • iframes and links...woo!

    um, could someone take a look at this... it's a crude page compared to what the final will be, but the links in the iframe don't seem to be changing the 3 iframes. Why not?

    http://www.danielscrapp.com/M/test/player.html

  • #2
    this is the link I was given as an example, except I produced a working test page that worked with iframes. This test page only changed 1 iframe per link. here's the first page if perhaps it helps:
    http://www.silverinterlocution.org/ex1

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    • #3
      could you not just write a simple javascript function

      name your Iframes to whatever you like

      Code:
       
      function change(loc)
      {
      document.all.firstiframe.location = loc;
      document.all.secondiframe.location = loc;
      }
       
      <a href="javascript:change(here.html)">Link</a>
      I'm not 100% on my javascript, its been a fair while since i used it, but the principle will work, if not the actual code

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Bacon Bits
        this is the link I was given as an example, except I produced a working test page that worked with iframes. This test page only changed 1 iframe per link. here's the first page if perhaps it helps:
        http://www.silverinterlocution.org/ex1
        http://www.designerzone.de/webdesign_tipps_iframes.php

        there is the answer :-)

        have fun

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        • #5
          iFrames rock, they allow you to access your whole website through your main domain name link alone.

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          • #6
            Test

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