Message-ID: <01BCFA02.A78856A0.email@example.com> From: Andrew n marshall <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 23:18:21 -0800 Subject: Targeting to <DIV> (or other ids) Something that I just realized, thanks to my "<DIV> as Frames" example: With CSS-2's overflow:scroll there should be a way to scroll to a particular section of the enclosed content. In frames, this would be done with the 'TARGET='. Currently this refers to Frame names. I recommend we extend this to include id's by preceding the value by a '#'. For example: <DIV id='sidebar'> <A href='#sect2' target='#main'>Section 2</A> </DIV> <DIV id='main'> . . . <DIV id='sect2'> <H1>Section Two</H2> . . . </DIV> </DIV> The bigger question this brings to mind is: Does this allow embedding documents? Personally, I don't like the idea of embedding documents over arbitrary elements. Anyone have any other suggestions to get around this? Andrew n marshall student - artist - programmer http://www.media-electronica.com/anm-bin/anm "Everyone a mentor, Everyone a pupil"