How can I use Inline Frames to implement a masterborder?

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How can I use Inline Frames to implement a masterborder?

Post by Pablo » Thu Dec 01, 2005 2:28 pm

The solution below describes a method to build a website that has one master border and 'switchable' content using an inline frame.
First download this example website:
http://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/support/iframes_v3.zip
This example includes one web site with 6 pages: index, page0, page1, page2, page3, page4
Page 'index' is the website's frame, and includes all static content of the website like banners, menu and the navigationbar. It also has an inline frame area (name='Content') where the dynamic content will be displayed.
The other 5 pages are the dynamic part of the website. Each page is linked to the index page using links in the navigationbar. Note that the target of these links is set to 'Content' (the iframe's name).
To preview this example, make sure you have set the Preview Scope to entire website (Tools->Options->Preview), then simply click preview to see the example in action.

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Post by Pablo » Tue Feb 23, 2010 8:28 pm

There is also an example template which demonstrates how to implement this concept by using them tab menu.

Go to Menu->File_>New Web Site from Template->Category->Demo->Tabs

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