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Frames in staticpages


Im trying to create a hardware review site, but im running into problems. What I want is to create a frame on in a staticpage so I can navigate around a set of HTML files without it affecting geeklog, but everytime I create a frame it displays nothing. I upgraded to staticpage 1.2 but it made no difference. I have no idea about PHP and dont have the technical ability to rewrite geeklog to do what I need it to do. Anyone have any success in doing this? Or is there a plugin that will help me? (done some research but Im new to this geeklog lark and havent had any success) Any help would be appreciated!

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You can't use frames in a static page - frames would need to enclose the entire page, not just a portion of it. What you're looking for is an <iframe>. Click on the "Installing GL" link from the menubar above for an example. bye, Dirk

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