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    ok
    i am setting up the page so that i have two rows, the tops a static header.
    the bottom row is divided into three columns, with the middle one being further divided into two rows. what i run into, is that i canNOT get my last column! i have it all set, except i cant figure where or how to add that last column on the right.

    <FRAMESET rows="18%,*" border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0>
    <FRAME SRC="head.htm" name=header scrolling=no>
    <FRAMESET cols="14%,*,14%" border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0>
    <FRAME SRC="navi.htm" name=header scrolling=no target="main">
    <FRAMESET rows="*,43" border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0>
    <FRAME SRC="welcome.htm" name=main scrolling=no>
    <FRAME SRC="foot.htm" id="foot" scrolling=no>

    what i am missing is:
    <FRAME SRC="navi1.htm" name=navi1 scrolling=no target="main">

    i cant figure where i have erred or where to add. if you wanted to help, i would appreciate. in the meantime, ill keep bumpin my head, lol...

    thanks
    ~chris

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    Not helping you but comments below : :dead:
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    Frames, Frames, Frames
    They are not proffesional, try to find another way (html tables or php)
    I personally HATE FRAMES
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    Here's what I've got for you. I made all of your frames pixel width instead of percentage width. This makes a frameset layout work better.

    Remember always to close tags you open and nest your tags heirarchically.

    Code:
    <FRAMESET rows="100,*,43" border="0" frameborder="0" framespacing="0">
    	<FRAME SRC="head.htm" name="header" scrolling="no">
    	<FRAMESET cols="150,*" border="0" frameborder="0" framespacing="0">
    		<FRAME SRC="navi.htm" name="header" scrolling="no" target="main">
    		<FRAME SRC="welcome.htm" name="main" scrolling="auto">
    	</FRAMESET>
    	<FRAME SRC="foot.htm" id="foot" scrolling="no">
    </FRAMESET>

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    Originally posted by Webmasterplanet
    Not helping you but comments below : :dead:
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    Frames, Frames, Frames
    They are not proffesional, try to find another way (html tables or php)
    I personally HATE FRAMES
    Maybe he isn't pro - maybe he wants to make a personal site - nothing wrong with using frames for that IMO
    JR

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    Even on personal websites i hate them
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    I try not to get personal with HTML elements.

    I may hate them, but he may love them.

    I just tell people how to use them ;-)

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    easy now killers!
    i wasn't tryin to start rukus...

    i am DEFINATELY a code rookie. i am still fumbling, bumbling and stumbling along. and i have no problem with that. once in a while i just get stuckstuck and get seem to work thru it, so i pop in here. or another forum. but since i have found thisd place, i dont bother with other forums. anywhoozle, i appreciate the help, but i still seem to be stuck with my original problem and cannot seem to figure out how to do it.



    i cant seem to figure out how to get nav1 to show up. i dont know how/where to put it in code. i have everything else, but that right column...
    grrrrr........

    again,
    thanks for the help.
    hope noone gets hurt.
    sorrry if i am a pain.

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    Well, I use frames. I don't particularly like them, but if you have a table that has 1500 lines and you HAVE to keep a set of text at the top ... What else are going to do?

    you have
    Code:
    <FRAMESET rows="18%,*" border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0>
    <FRAME SRC="head.htm" name=header scrolling=no>
    <FRAMESET cols="14%,*,14%" border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0>
    <FRAME SRC="navi.htm" name=header scrolling=no target="main">
    <FRAMESET rows="*,43" border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0>
    <FRAME SRC="welcome.htm" name=main scrolling=no>
    <FRAME SRC="foot.htm" id="foot" scrolling=no>
    in the bold faced line, you have reference target = main. but you don't name any of the framesets anything.

    This is the code that I used:

    Code:
      <Frameset name='MainFrame' cols="25%,*">
           <frame name="PatientDataFrame" src=<%= PDF %>>
           <Frameset rows="22%,65%,*">
                <frame name="PatientSelectionFrame" src=<%= PSF %>>
                <Frame name="PatientRecordsFrame" src=<%= PRF %>>
                <Frame name="TimeTest" src=<%= TTT %>>
           </Frameset>
      </frameset>
    It gives you a column, and then 3 sets of rows in the remaining right hand space. the src=<%= slkdf %>> allows me to use logic above in assigning the source page. PDF, PSF,PRF and TTT changed depending on whose calling the frame page
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    agreed derfarm, there are uses for everything in webdesign
    JR


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