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Are you sure you want to do that? Are you sure you want to use frames at all on your site? I would suggest not. If you want a login area on all of your pages, use a server side include instead.
Heres the situation, I have a generic login site that I use to logon to another system, I would like to add some continuity to the login site by making it look similar to the other pages, thus, I thought, by adding a framed area, I could acheive this look. Is there other ways to accomplish this ???
I'm not sure what you are trying to accomplish. Is this correct:
1. You have a site at http://www.example.com with a generic login screen
2. When you enter a valid login at this site, you are redirected to a
variety of other sites, depending on the login you entered
3. You want to make this page look like some other site? Which site?
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"Chuck110540" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Heres the situation, I have a generic login site that I use to logon to
> system, I would like to add some continuity to the login site by making it
> similar to the other pages, thus, I thought, by adding a framed area, I
> acheive this look. Is there other ways to accomplish this ???
Thanks for the help, go to www.skytitleagency.com/tech.htm you will see a button to logon, which loads as its own page, we would like the login page to display within the graphics of our current page, does that help.