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Tabbed clicking

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On some sites (don't forget which now) I've seen tabs, that when you click
on, doesn't result in another page loading, but rather, the information gets
loaded onto the content area after a short while of loading. How would I go
about doing something like this?

What I'm trying to do is avoid reloading the whole page just for a small
content change within a tab.

Any examples or url's would be greatly appreciated.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Shabam wrote:
On some sites (don't forget which now) I've seen tabs, that when you click
on, doesn't result in another page loading, but rather, the information
gets
loaded onto the content area after a short while of loading. How would I
go about doing something like this?

What I'm trying to do is avoid reloading the whole page just for a small
content change within a tab.

Any examples or url's would be greatly appreciated.


Google on Iframe
It is a htmlpage within another htmlpage, and will probabaly do the trick
for you.

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Jul 20 '05 #2

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> Google on Iframe
It is a htmlpage within another htmlpage, and will probabaly do the trick
for you.


How well-supported are iframes nowadays? I remember Netscape 6 and prior
didn't support it at all.
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Shabam wrote:
How well-supported are iframes nowadays? I remember Netscape 6 and
prior didn't support it at all.


Netscape 4.x do not support the "iframe" element, you must use the
proprietary "ilayer" element for those to accomplish the same behavior.
Netscape 6.x and other Mozilla/5.0 based UAs certainly support the
"iframe" element, if you are not talking about a preview release
where I had not the opportunity to test this feature.
PointedEars
Jul 23 '05 #4

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