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  • HELP PLEASE! Question about Web Content

    I am creating a new website. I've tried googling my issue but have had no luck. I want to create a website where only the content will change, but the menu bar, banner, etc remains. Click the link for an example of what I am trying to do.

    http://www.homfurniture.com/Online/H...iture_HomePage

    If you notice, only the content in the middle changes per link, but the menu and banner does not even flicker when it jumps to a new page.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
    http://www.focuspocusdesign.com/print_portfolio.php

  • #2
    see this thread.

    http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/fo...ad.php?t=48531


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    • #3
      iFrames?
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      • #4
        oooh are you talking about the shopping cart?

        http://www-01.ibm.com/software/gense...ceproductline/

        uses jspf (javascript server page frames) (layman terms) basically it creates a document placement where as when the links are clicked it replaces the content within the document placement. Thus reducing overall load time on the user side since the content is rendered and put on the server side and only refreshed within the content area.

        Can be quite advanced since it usually requires some sort of server located application to render and put the information.

        Jade

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        • #5
          Just use PHP includes
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