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> I would like to use a fixed layout where only the content changes.
Make a new page for each link. Link each link to the new pages. Don't
chase this will-o-the-wisp....
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"carbaldi" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> OK, here's the deal. I'm a complete noob concerning building websites and
> am trying to build one as a demoreel/contact page.
> I'm using Dreamweaver and I have the following question:
> I would like to use a fixed layout where only the content changes. I
> made a
> design in PS and I left a certain area clear to insert text. So if you
> 'about', you'll get a text about me, if you press 'news', you get some
> I'm working on, etc... all in the same area.
> In other words, is it possible to change the content text as you click on
> specific button?
> More importantly, how do I go about it?
>I would like to use a fixed layout where only the content changes.
Why, this is usually not a good idea nor is it necessary. As Murray suggested, just use separate pages and use some other method like templates or server side includes to eliminate maintenance of common items.
>I made a design in PS and I left a certain area clear to insert text.
This is almost always a disaster. PhotoShop is a graphics applications and creates terrible html code. Once you start inserting text into a PS designed page, you'll find it falls apart. Not always, but often enough.
Thanx guys. As I said, I'm a complete newbie. :)
I'll take your advice about making separate pages for the different buttons. Even if it's the same lay-out.
God, I wish it was as simple as AE...