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Old January 3rd, 2005, 01:22 PM
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Hey All,

I'm pretty new to the Flash world but have been using PHP and HTML and various other web languages for a while...

I've got a Flash Navigation menu, which you could see an example of at http://www.geft-online.org/actual/navbar.php.

I've created most of my pages for my site using include statements, ie, include header, navmenu, "Page Text Goes Here", include footer...

The problem here, is that whenever you click on the flash navmenu it loads the correct page, but also reloads all the included pages, including the menu....so it resets the menu back to the basic, non, expanded look....

I would like to have the menu stay the way that it was when the user clicked it.

I thought about using frames, that way only the main portion of the page loads and reloads, but I'm running into some other problems with frames, and would like to go back to using tables and include statements for a layout.

Thank you in advance for your input!








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