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Positioning and linking

i have a set of links and i want a user to click on them and instead i
want not the whole page to load but just a section i was thinking of
using a frame but can they be positioned anywhere if so how? otherwise
how can i do this?

eg
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Link a link b link c

this is my when a user clicks a link
site it opens here
thank you
nathan
Jul 20 '05 #1
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mr_vocab wrote:
i have a set of links and i want a user to click on them and instead i
want not the whole page to load but just a section i was thinking of
using a frame but can they be positioned anywhere if so how? otherwise
how can i do this?


You could use an <iframe> or <object> to embed another document, but
then you would need to use a Transitional DTD, in order to use the
target in you're links.

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Jul 20 '05 #2
Lachlan Hunt <la**********@lachy.id.au.update.virus.scanners> wrote in message news:<%R*****************@news-server.bigpond.net.au>...
mr_vocab wrote:
i have a set of links and i want a user to click on them and instead i
want not the whole page to load but just a section i was thinking of
using a frame but can they be positioned anywhere if so how? otherwise
how can i do this?


You could use an <iframe> or <object> to embed another document, but
then you would need to use a Transitional DTD, in order to use the
target in you're links.

thank you i will try that
Jul 20 '05 #3

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