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I am using iframes.In each iframes I am using a html file(For
ex:header.html,footer.html..etc).
In that one of my html (Leftmenu.html)having a menu in tat each
menuitem having its indivual submenu on mouseover.

But the problem now is i am using iframes to fit all these (header and
footer..etc)in main.html.
To have tat sliding menu in (which is in leftmenu.html)in my main.html
i have to leave some extra spaces for the submenu.

I need a css solution to place my sliding submenus in main.jsp without
leaving a extra space,tat is the sliding submenu should come over the
<centerpage.html frame.

my main.html is like below..

header.html

leftmenu.html centerpage.html rightmenu.html

footer.html
Thanks
Anand
is it possible?

Jun 27 '08 #1
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SAM
boss a écrit :
I am using iframes.In each iframes I am using a html file(For
ex:header.html,footer.html..etc).
In that one of my html (Leftmenu.html)having a menu in tat each
menuitem having its indivual submenu on mouseover.

But the problem now is i am using iframes to fit all these (header and
footer..etc)in main.html.
To have tat sliding menu in (which is in leftmenu.html)in my main.html
i have to leave some extra spaces for the submenu.

I need a css solution to place my sliding submenus in main.jsp without
leaving a extra space,tat is the sliding submenu should come over the
<centerpage.html frame.

my main.html is like below..

header.html

leftmenu.html centerpage.html rightmenu.html

footer.html


I do not understand :
- 1) that you use iframes like frames (frameset framed page ...)
- 2) why you doesn't include directly your menus, header, footer
eventualy keeping your 'central' iframe.

Your sub-menus can't be deployed between menu items ?
(instead of to be thrown away by side)
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sm
Jun 27 '08 #2

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On 23 Jun, 21:56, SAM <stephanemoriaux.NoAd...@wanadoo.fr.invalid>
wrote:
boss a écrit :
I am using iframes.In each iframes I am using a html file(For
ex:header.html,footer.html..etc).
In that one of my html (Leftmenu.html)having a menu in tat each
menuitem having its indivual submenu on mouseover.
But the problem now is i am using iframes to fit all these (header and
footer..etc)in main.html.
To have tat sliding menu in (which is in leftmenu.html)in my main.html
i have to leave some extra spaces for the submenu.
I need a css solution to place my sliding submenus in main.jsp without
leaving a extra space,tat is the sliding submenu should come over the
<centerpage.html frame.
my main.html is like below..
header.html
leftmenu.html centerpage.html rightmenu.html
footer.html

I do not understand :
- 1) that you use iframes like frames (frameset framed page ...)
- 2) why you doesn't include directly your menus, header, footer
eventualy keeping your 'central' iframe.

Your sub-menus can't be deployed between menu items ?
(instead of to be thrown away by side)

--
sm
Thanks sam,
I am going to include menus, header, footer directly and
eventualy keeping the'central' as iframe.Thats a great idea.

Thanks
Anand
Jun 27 '08 #3

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boss wrote:
I am going to include menus, header, footer directly and
eventualy keeping the'central' as iframe.Thats a great idea.
It's not. Try to print out the resulting Web site to begin with.

You should learn about CSS, server-side scripting, and (optionally) XHR instead.

BTW, your quoting sucks. --<http://www.jibbering.com/faq/#FAQ2_3>
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Jun 27 '08 #4

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