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Ответ: toolbar and a new window

From: Serge Karasiov <serge@line.ru>
Date: Tue, 1 Sep 1998 18:36:41 +0400
Message-ID: <005501bdd5b5$efdbd3c0$0e01a8c0@disigner.line.ru>
To: "Taco IJsselmuiden" <taco@ch.twi.tudelft.nl>, "Iztok Polanic" <ssdipola@guest.arnes.si>
Cc: "WWW HTML" <www-html@w3.org>
>> I want to make a site with frames. On the left there would be a toolbar
>> and on the right there would be a main screen.
>>
>> ------------------------
>> |      | |
>> | TOOL |     MAIN |
>> |      | |
>> |      | |
>> |      | |
>> |      | |
>> -------------------------
>>
>> When I would click on a link in the toolbar area a page would open in the
>> main area and also a subpage would open in the toolbar area. Can you
>> understand me, what I'm trying to say??? How can I make this?
>> Please help!!!
>
>Well, the only way to do this, is with JavaScript (which is not pretty
>good supported, especialy among older browsers...).
>The only other possibility is building a complete new page, which contains
>two frames: the "main" you wanted to show, and the other is the
>toolbar.....
>It's not what someone whanted to do   :-)
>
>If you're sure you whant to use JavaScript, i can give you some samples...
>
>Greetings,
>Taco IJsselmuiden
You can use Perl (www.perl.com) to make this - or PHP(www.php.com) but you
will have to do server side scripting - or JavaScript (but it's not quite
good).

Serge (serge@line.ru)
Received on Tuesday, 1 September 1998 10:36:38 GMT

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