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Old May 24th, 2006, 08:55 AM
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Hi All,

I am trying to create a website with frames.
I have purchased the wrox book Beginning ASP.Net 2.0 and have gone through the first 6 chapters but still have no idea.
I have looked in the index but all I can find is the tags:
<Frame>
<Frameset>

What I want to do is have a title that will be displayed on all pages seperating the main page with a frame. Also I want some navigation on the left that will be displayed on all the pages seperated by a frame.

I can do this with HTML where you create a page for each but cant do it in ASP...

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Simmy

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Hi Simmy73,

I'll give you some advice on this subject.
Try not to use frames. only use frames when you really really need to use frames. I say this because most user have trouble navigating on websites with frames. In some situations you can solve problems using frames then I would use iframes

Try yo use divs or tables instead
Code:
<div>
</div>

or 
<table>
  <tr>
   <td></td>
  <tr>
<table>
use css to make a div box float left for your navigation
Code:
<style>
div.navigation{
  float:left;
}
<style>
These are only HTML base problems next time try to post your problem under web/html for a faster reply

good luck.

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