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Loading external pages internally.

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Hey everybody, I am a complete newbie with Javascript but was
wondering if anybody could tell me how to load pages dynamicly within
a div?

Here is the site: http://regiesrule.info, i would like to have the
tabs on the top instead of opening up something inside the same html
document I would like to be able to load an external webpage in it.
Also if that is impossible then i would like to know why the current
setup does not work in IE7?

Thanks so much in advance,

Dannny

May 8 '07 #1
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Danny said the following on 5/8/2007 1:18 PM:
Hey everybody, I am a complete newbie with Javascript but was
wondering if anybody could tell me how to load pages dynamicly within
a div?
Couple of ways. IFrames, AJAX, Dynamic script files...
Here is the site: http://regiesrule.info, i would like to have the
tabs on the top instead of opening up something inside the same html
document I would like to be able to load an external webpage in it.
Also if that is impossible then i would like to know why the current
setup does not work in IE7?
Why would anybody want to wade through all the external files to try to
debug that page though? There are at least 6 of them. But, I would start
by trying to fix the "style is null or not an object" error that IE7
reports when the page is loaded.

Start removing things from the page until you get a minimum test page
that works and start adding back to it until it breaks, then you find
the problem.

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Randy
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