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Problem with iframe and anchors

Hi,

I have a website displayed in an iframe with anchors (it`s a navigation
tree) an every time I click on an object in my navigation tree, the
whole website moves. Is it possible to move the navigation tree in the
iframe without the website?
Thank you,

Sascha

Jul 20 '05 #1
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Sascha Möllering wrote:

I have a website displayed in an iframe with anchors (it`s a navigation
tree) an every time I click on an object in my navigation tree, the
whole website moves.
Hmm. Something seems to be lost in the translation, so to speak.
What do you mean "the whole website moves?" Do you mean the rest of
the page moves every time you select something in the IFrame?
Is it possible to move the navigation tree in the
iframe without the website?


Could you tell us the url of the website?

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Brian
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Jul 20 '05 #2
Brian wrote:
Sascha Möllering wrote:

I have a website displayed in an iframe with anchors (it`s a
navigation tree) an every time I click on an object in my navigation
tree, the whole website moves.

Hmm. Something seems to be lost in the translation, so to speak. What
do you mean "the whole website moves?" Do you mean the rest of the page
moves every time you select something in the IFrame?


Yes, the rest of the page moves too if I select something in the iframe.
Is it possible to move the navigation tree in the iframe without the
website?

Could you tell us the url of the website?


I'm sorry, but that's not possible because it is an intranet-project.
Thank you,

Sascha
Jul 20 '05 #3
Sascha Möllering wrote:
Is it possible to move the navigation tree in the iframe
without the website?


Could you tell us the url of the website?


I'm sorry, but that's not possible because it is an
intranet-project.


Copy the file where you're having trouble on a web server somewhere,
so that we can have a look at it.

--
Brian
follow the directions in my address to email me

Jul 20 '05 #4

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