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    Hello, I'm having trouble with Frames. I've never used Frames before so it's being uncooperative with me
    I've got a screenshot http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgDhA...DMqn2hLuK85!*f
    1xDO0PH/framez.jpg?dc=4675413574959008365 of how I want the frames to work, but not even my "HTML Bible" helps me with it
    Also, what do you put inside an image tag to put it in an "absolute postition" on a page? I think it's something like style=absolute position 100px 300px but not exactly sure.
    All help is greatly appreciated thanks
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    Hi there.

    To achieve your frame layout, you need to have two 'frameset' pages. The first would make your vertical split, and you would have another frameset page in the bottom frame with your horizontal frames inside.

    The format for positioning is this -

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    img {
    position: absolute;
    top: +10px;
    left: +200px;
    }
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    Thumbs up thanks

    ...but how do I make it work?
    Code:
    <img src="blahblah.tif" position: absolute; top: +10px; left: +200px;>
    I tried it this way...

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    oh, and also, the frames still don't like me....
    Code:
    <html><head><title>FRAMEZ</title></head>
    <frameset cols="20%">
    <frame name="top" src="http://www.evilinside.com">
    <frameset rows="15%,*,15%">
    <frameset name="bottomleft" src="http://www.apple.com">
    <frameset name="bottomcenter" src="http://www.kissmyfloppy.com">
    <frameset name="bottomright" src="http://www.microsoft.com">
    </frameset></frameset><body bgcolor="#FFFFFF”><p align="center">This page uses frames but your browser does not support them.</p></body></html>
    The entire html doc of the page I tried. It only shows the first page. No frames whatsoever. I don't like frames

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    You need to go back and read deans explanation,
    To achieve your frame layout, you need to have two 'frameset' pages. The first would make your vertical split, and you would have another frameset page in the bottom frame with your horizontal frames inside.
    I also hope your book did not tell you to use a body tag within your noframes tag.
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    looks like you are also not sure the difference between a column and a row.

    (anybody could do the code for you in about 2 minutes, but you would not learn a thing )
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    Re: thanks

    Originally posted by L0RDL4RD4R23
    ...but how do I make it work?
    Code:
    <img src="blahblah.tif" position: absolute; top: +10px; left: +200px;>
    I tried it this way...
    Please read the CSS tutorial in my signature. Its covers how to maker css rules work with different things.
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    Ok, thanks

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    Originally posted by Dave
    (anybody could do the code for you in about 2 minutes, but you would not learn a thing )
    Please do! I learn by example, not by example! I see a code (written by others) and learn from it. Besides, this frame page I want to make is for a school project and I need this code immediately. Sorry to seem excited but it miffs me when people (especially the ADMINISTRATOR) is rude:

    Originally posted by Dave
    looks like you are also not sure the difference between a column and a row.
    That's a slap in the face! I know the damn difference between rows and columns
    Either learn to be nice to people having trouble or I'll go find a more friendly forum where I can get some answers

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    You're certainly more than welcome to find another forum. If this is for a school project and we write the HTML for you, do we get a percentage of your grade, too? I understand about different learning styles, but there are ample tutorials available that would provide you with lots of examples.

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    ditto - those who wants others to write their code for them should also be willing to pay to do so -- the advice given in these types of forums is free --- it's how we all learned ---- and we all were in a hurry, too, but did have to take the time to learn 'by making lots and lots and lots of mistakes' to get the hang of it and evolve to the point of being able to share those experiences with others.

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    It is obvious you have not visited the tutorials, there is plenty of example code throughout.

    but like you said, you can always pack up and go.
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