I purchased a couple templates to assist in helping a client. I have included a couple links below to clarify but my question(s) is(are) regarding placing in a section (box) that I can simply link to another page (first link / which I am fried and cannot remember how to do this) or adding the code in an existing page (second link) to view this content (html page with Jquery). I would assume there would be potentially a delay and/or performance issue(s) with doing that "but" I am contemplating linking the two.
The question is(are), what is the best practice and potentially second, if I was to simply "link" the two, what command(s) would I use to do so. Sorry if it's remedial. Very fried at the moment from other coding.
Thanks in advance.
Not sure I understand the question (s). Are you asking how to link to page 1 & page 2 ?
<a href="page1.html">Link to page 1</a>
<a href="page2.html">Link to page 2</a>
Or are you asking how to link to a particular section within in a page?
<a href="page1.html#divID">link to Div ID on page 1<a>
<a href="page2.html#divID">link to Div ID on page 2</a>
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I was referring to have the whole HTML page show up within another page. The first part seemed to simply be a hyperlink. Since the actual size is only a portion of the the main page I am looking to embed, that will work for me.
That being said, what would be the command to embed that HTML page?
Thanks again for the post.
You might try using an inline frame. Embedded page needs to be smaller to fit inside the parent page.
<iframe name="Iframe1" id="Iframe1" src="page2.html" frameborder="0" height="500" width="100%"></iframe>
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