Take this quiz first:
If you pass with, let's say..70% accuracy, then go ahead and use frames, but
read this before you do:
If you DON"T pass w/ 70% or more accuracy, RUN. Frames are not for newbies. I'd
venture to say they're not for intermediates, either. They're a big pain in the
rump and you are, as Murray said, opening Pandora's box. There are MAYBE one or
two reasons to ever use frames, and I doubt you have one of those reasons.
P.S. Don't take our comments as criticisms...take them as sound advice from 3
people that have a lot of experience in this area and are trying to save you a
lot of wasted time, energy and headaches! :)
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"crack71360" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bekbdi$38l$1forums.macromedia.com...doents into 2 different frames the same time.> I have a small dilemma...
> What i want to do is links a single "nav_button" to load 2 differentlink, wait for it to load & then click on the "SEASON 2003" link the top of> (i.e. -- click on the link below & when to page loads click on the "NEWS"
the page. This is the desired effect i want on my site both of the frames in
the middle load 2 different pages...> [url]http://www.mclaren.com[/url]
> Information on this would be greatfully appreciated...