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    I'm looking for I Frame source code, I have a demo page I'm working on with no luck. Sample I would like a sample page or something to base mine off of. I like the idea of a hybread of layers and frames.



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    Can you be more specific in what you want?
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    <iframe id="yourframe" name="yourframe" frameborder="0" src="yourframe.htm"></iframe>
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    well I want that window to display all my links... I want it to replace THIS

    all I could find online was crap about normal frames ugh :dead:

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    My book (HTML & XHTML) specifically states that iFrames can be placed anywhere an <img> tag can be placed. From this, I assume that if you treat iFrame as an image with a specific page for content, you won't be far off the mark.

    It also states that all the other attributes are the same as the frame tag.
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    an iframe is just about the same as a normal frame, you could make the links in a separate page lets say it is called 'menu.htm', then it could be placed in a table (correct me if i am wrong) to sort out the page layout. Like a frame the iframe can have an id, so content from links in different parts of the page can be loaded. An iframe can have a border or no border and can be specified to different sizes. To display a menu.htm page in an iframe you would type..

    <iframe src="menu.htm" width="400" height="400" name="menu" frameborder="0"></iframe>
    If you would like to place it in a table with an image for an example to the left it would be...

    <table width="800" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
    <tr>
    <td><img src="whatever.gif" height="400" width="400"></td>
    <td><iframe src="menu.htm" width="400" height="400" name="menu" frameborder="0"></iframe></td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    If you want more information on iframes i suggest that you search for something like iframe attributes on google.

    i am not sure if this is what you wanted as i didn't totally understand your question! :chinese: lol
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    Side note: any HTML between the <iframe> and </iframe> tags will be displayed for browsers that don't support iframes (NS4 doesn't IIRC).
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    If you don't mind dealing with a few popups here and there, try http://www.htmlcompendium.org . They generally explain the attributes of tags pretty well and IFRAMES are no exception.
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    Agreed, a useful source, but with the ads everywhere and now a subscription fee I think you should find an alternative place for HTML reference...
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    Yeah, they royally sold that site down the river. Not that I can totally blame them but still...
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