3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 19, 2008 2:23 AM by vrthree

    HTML help

    vrthree
      I would like to build a site where an area of the page changes when links are activated rather than link to a new page. Can anyone tell me how this is possibe?

      Thanks
        • 1. Re: HTML help
          Level 7
          The only way practical would be to use frames. The cost of that decision is
          too much to bear, however.

          Most new and inexperienced users who come here ask exactly that same
          question. The answer is always the same. Have your links link to new
          pages. That's how the web works....

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          "vrthree" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I would like to build a site where an area of the page changes when links
          >are activated rather than link to a new page. Can anyone tell me how this
          >is possibe?
          >
          > Thanks

          • 2. Re: HTML help
            malcster2 Level 1
            google ajax
            • 3. Re: HTML help
              vrthree Level 1
              The problem with linking to new pages is that I find the tables jump around as soon as you add text of images.