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Frameless frames: Where's best for a non-programmer teacher to learn?

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I would appreciate suggestions of sites that would help a non-programmer teacher learn how to change from a frame based to frameless interface.

WHY:
I developed several offline educational "apps" that use html. I have been trying to help kids and adults with an html interface to study with that supports one's own language. They have and will always be free.

These started back 22 years ago in html 2.0 updated until 4.1. Now I am trying to update to html 5.

WHAT I WANT TO ACCOMPLISH:
What I have is frame based. It works off line in linux, mac, bsd, windows, android and ipad in firefox based browsers. But it uses 3 different frame documents (one for tablet, one for netbook and one for a desktop) Each frame based doc has several frames (one for a tablet uses 5, netbook 8 and desktop 11) It also uses multiple languages. I hope to make this frameless with div.

Id like to keep it javaless and pure css-html so it continues to work in all the OS and so its easily edited by a non programmer. All have a note taking system that is already updated to html 5 Plus indexed sources for study that are set up to be added to by the user. Now to figure out frameless frames.


I'd appreciate any directions to an easy to learn from sites as I am no programmer. Everything I know now, others passed on too me. I owe a great debt.

If this is not clear please let me know. I will try to make it more clear.

Thank you.
Little Loyal
Still proud to be my dad's son despite I'm 60 and dad is gone.
Feb 14 '18 #1
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