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Hi there,

I'm new to this site, but have been doing webpages with flash, html, css for a few years. I'm a convert from graphic designer to web

Anyway, I have a client site that i designed a year or more ago using Iframes (yes, i know, I should of known better)..

the link is here:

www.mdltd.ca

It uses a combination of flash and html. This brings me to my question.. The site is running, works on most browsers, Clent is happy, etc. so i dont really want to redo the whole thing..but I need to know if there is anyway to link directly to a nested iframe..(I know i can link directly to the html page..but if i do that..the link takes me just to the iframe html page..and loses its parent html (ie logo, header and menu sections) Im simply trying to get links going for search engines etc.

the reason i used iframes in the first place is so that when going from page to page..it didnt reset the top flash and start it over again...So i guess my second question would be how to achieve this without using iframes?

Thanks for your help.

Cheers

Paul
Mar 3 '08 #1
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nomad
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Hi there,

I'm new to this site, but have been doing webpages with flash, html, css for a few years. I'm a convert from graphic designer to web

Anyway, I have a client site that i designed a year or more ago using Iframes (yes, i know, I should of known better)..

the link is here:

www.mdltd.ca

It uses a combination of flash and html. This brings me to my question.. The site is running, works on most browsers, Clent is happy, etc. so i dont really want to redo the whole thing..but I need to know if there is anyway to link directly to a nested iframe..(I know i can link directly to the html page..but if i do that..the link takes me just to the iframe html page..and loses its parent html (ie logo, header and menu sections) Im simply trying to get links going for search engines etc.

the reason i used iframes in the first place is so that when going from page to page..it didnt reset the top flash and start it over again...So i guess my second question would be how to achieve this without using iframes?

Thanks for your help.

Cheers

Paul
Depending on how many pages you have you could have a site that works on nested layers.
Any info you want to change (go to a new section) will and your headers will not change.
Do a goggle seach on nested layers.

nomad
Mar 24 '08 #2

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ok, that seems useable....but how would you link to them.....
Apr 11 '08 #3

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