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Beginner : PHP<-> HTML

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I try to train straight in PHP/HTML. I have many documentations read however
unfortunately I didnīt find an answer for my problem :

The HTML layout consists of three Frames: Top, Left and Body. The Frames
"Top" and "Left" are always identical for the PHP program and must only
uniquely send, in the Frame " Body " the actual program and user handlings
(input and output) take place.

A goal should be that "Top" and "Left" Frame are not again to be indicated
during the current expenditures, special easily to exist remains
(approximately then also the data [ HRef corresponds to " PHP window "
TARGET="Body " ]. But folds with me not, tries I
1. all Frames to send will be ok with each user action takes place a
complete picture change
2. Top and Left Frame first, and then only the "Body" frame (contents by the
way constantly change) already does not fold (body Frame contents are not
indicated).

Any helps would be appreciated.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"Tommy" <kn****@knappenschaenke.de> wrote in
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I try to train straight in PHP/HTML. I have many documentations read
however unfortunately I didnīt find an answer for my problem :

The HTML layout consists of three Frames: Top, Left and Body. The
Frames "Top" and "Left" are always identical for the PHP program and
must only uniquely send, in the Frame " Body " the actual program and
user handlings (input and output) take place.

A goal should be that "Top" and "Left" Frame are not again to be
indicated during the current expenditures, special easily to exist
remains (approximately then also the data [ HRef corresponds to " PHP
window " TARGET="Body " ]. But folds with me not, tries I
1. all Frames to send will be ok with each user action takes place a
complete picture change
2. Top and Left Frame first, and then only the "Body" frame (contents
by the way constantly change) already does not fold (body Frame
contents are not indicated).

Any helps would be appreciated.


You really do not need to use frames, especially when using PHP.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/l_vajzo...eb/frames.html
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Tommy wrote:
Any helps would be appreciated.


I'm very sorry, but even though I know english and german, I didn't
understand much of your post. There is a de.comp.lang.php.misc newsgroup
where you can post your question in german. I'll try to be more helpfull
there.

Jochen

Jul 17 '05 #3

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Von Heler <vo******@hotmail.com> wrote or quoted:
You really do not need to use frames, especially when using PHP.


What is the PHP equivalent of a resizable frame?
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Jul 17 '05 #4

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Tim Tyler <ti*@tt1lock.org> wrote in news:Hp********@bath.ac.uk:
Von Heler <vo******@hotmail.com> wrote or quoted:
You really do not need to use frames, especially when using PHP.


What is the PHP equivalent of a resizable frame?


A well designed site.
Jul 17 '05 #5

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Von Heler <vo******@hotmail.com> wrote or quoted:
Tim Tyler <ti*@tt1lock.org> wrote in news:Hp********@bath.ac.uk:
Von Heler <vo******@hotmail.com> wrote or quoted:
You really do not need to use frames, especially when using PHP.


What is the PHP equivalent of a resizable frame?


A well designed site.


Most GUI's have a component that allows resizable areas - they
are useful. The same with scrollable regions.

If you use PHP /without/ frames, it is hard to get the resizing
capability - and the only sorts of scrollable content available
are either of poor quality - or are not portable.
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