>I'd like the underlying content (with text,pics,links...)
>of the site to change when I click on the navigationbar,
>so the whole site doesn't change.
Why is this important? Your answer will help give specific recommendations.
Should I put the underlying content in a frame?
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I'd like the underlying content (with text,pics,links...) of the site to change when I click on the navigationbar.
FRAMES are generally regarded as awful as they pose many obstacles to web designers and site visitors. Don't build your site around FRAMES.
The most common method for site design is to assign a page to each menu item. If you build your site correctly, the page changes will not be noticeable to your site visitors.
This is best achieved with the use of Dreameaver Templates or Server-Side Includes.
Guidance on when to use DW Templates, Library Items and SSIs -