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I need ideas about handling bookmarks (favorites) in web app

I need some ideas about how I can handle people that bookmark a page in my
forms authentication web site.

The main page of this web site has four frames, a header, footer, left side
(used for a menu), and a body (used for information).

When someone logs into the site and goes to one of these information pages
sets a favorite for that page and then logs out. They can return to the site
by using the favorite that they set and they will end up getting the main
page after they login with the frames. Which is the action that I want.

However, when they are still in the site and they use the favorite that they
set for an information page they will get that page *without* the frames. I
always want that page in the body with the frames.

How could I handle that? I really would like to stay with the frames. I
was thinking that I may have to do some javascript to make it work the way
that I want. If javascript is the way to go with this, I will need some code
samples.

Thanks!
Charles

Nov 18 '05 #1
2 1136
Hi

try this:

http://tech.irt.org/articles/js013/

:)


Charles wrote:
I need some ideas about how I can handle people that bookmark a page in my forms authentication web site.

The main page of this web site has four frames, a header, footer, left side (used for a menu), and a body (used for information).

When someone logs into the site and goes to one of these information pages sets a favorite for that page and then logs out. They can return to the site by using the favorite that they set and they will end up getting the main page after they login with the frames. Which is the action that I want.
However, when they are still in the site and they use the favorite that they set for an information page they will get that page *without* the frames. I always want that page in the body with the frames.

How could I handle that? I really would like to stay with the frames. I was thinking that I may have to do some javascript to make it work the way that I want. If javascript is the way to go with this, I will need some code samples.

Thanks!
Charles


Nov 18 '05 #2
Thanks!

That is what I was looking for!

Charles
"Lucifer" wrote:
Hi

try this:

http://tech.irt.org/articles/js013/

:)


Charles wrote:
I need some ideas about how I can handle people that bookmark a page

in my
forms authentication web site.

The main page of this web site has four frames, a header, footer,

left side
(used for a menu), and a body (used for information).

When someone logs into the site and goes to one of these information

pages
sets a favorite for that page and then logs out. They can return to

the site
by using the favorite that they set and they will end up getting the

main
page after they login with the frames. Which is the action that I

want.

However, when they are still in the site and they use the favorite

that they
set for an information page they will get that page *without* the

frames. I
always want that page in the body with the frames.

How could I handle that? I really would like to stay with the

frames. I
was thinking that I may have to do some javascript to make it work

the way
that I want. If javascript is the way to go with this, I will need

some code
samples.

Thanks!
Charles


Nov 18 '05 #3

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