Frames question

Hey all,
I’m building a little system to help me add products to my database, i’m
using frames to load a couple different aspects of adding a part into the
same window. But I want to be able to navigate (back/forward) independently
in each frame, any ideas how?


Thanks,
William Glenn
Import Parts Plus
http://www.importpartsplus.com

Re: Frames question

Maybe I’m missing something, but wouldn’t you just put a normal link and
not target="_top" or target=“framename” ??

William Glenn wrote:
>
> Hey all,
> I’m building a little system to help me add products to my database, i’m
> using frames to load a couple different aspects of adding a part into the
> same window. But I want to be able to navigate (back/forward) independently
> in each frame, any ideas how?
>


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

Re: Frames question

I might be wrong, but I think he is talking about using back and forward
browser buttons.

Eugene

“Jay Tierney” <jay@jaytierney.com> wrote in message
news:3D152FC8.A7BC32EE@jaytierney.com
> Maybe I’m missing something, but wouldn’t you just put a normal link and
> not target="_top" or target=“framename” ??
>
> William Glenn wrote:
> >
> > Hey all,
> > I’m building a little system to help me add products to my database, i’m
> > using frames to load a couple different aspects of adding a part into
the
> > same window. But I want to be able to navigate (back/forward)
independently
> > in each frame, any ideas how?
> >
>
> –
> Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

Re: Frames question

> I’m building a little system to help me add products to my database, i’m
> using frames to load a couple different aspects of adding a part into the
> same window. But I want to be able to navigate (back/forward) independently
> in each frame, any ideas how?

Not sure if this is what you need but you may want to try it out…

<A HREF = “JavaScript:parent.frames[1].history.back()”>
and
<A HREF = “JavaScript:parent.frames[1].history.forward()”>


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Re: Frames question

Yeah, i see that now… I’m kind of out of it. :slight_smile:

Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy wrote:
>
> I might be wrong, but I think he is talking about using back and forward
> browser buttons.
>


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

Re: Frames question

“William Glenn” <wglenn@fone.net> wrote in message
news:af37vn$mmd$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
> Hey all,
> I’m building a little system to help me add products to my database, i’m
> using frames to load a couple different aspects of adding a part into the
> same window. But I want to be able to navigate (back/forward)
independently
> in each frame, any ideas how?

You should never use frames.
They are not good.
There are better methods.
Avoid frames.

A valid method are IFRAMEs.
I use IFRAMEs at panorama photos for licensing reasons.
All panorama photos are pulled from cgi.pege.org, so I
need only one license for PixAround.com

When there is something to scroll, use
<DIV style=overflow:auto>

So there is no reason to use frames in any situation

Roland Mösl
http://pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://notebook.pege.org
http://BeingFound.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: Frames question

“Jay Tierney” <jay@jaytierney.com> wrote in message
news:3D153DF4.ECFAB752@jaytierney.com
> Yeah, i see that now… I’m kind of out of it. :slight_smile:
>
> Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy wrote:
> >
> > I might be wrong, but I think he is talking about using back and forward
> > browser buttons.
> >
My suggestion is to use Alt+Left, and Alt+Right keyboard shortcuts.

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Crashproof Solutions, LLC
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