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    Unhappy layers? frames? what? yikes

    I'm new with this HTML... or at least I feel I am, so I need some advice..

    I'm working on this site; http://www.silverchairpage.com/~sstorhaug/

    ..and I have a few questions regarding this one..

    1. I currently use frames. But do I really need frames to keep the logo and menu stuck there at the top? (the stuff that is now in the first/top frame)

    2. As you can see, I use tables, but I heard that it is better using layers? I don't know much about using layers, so it would take me days (yes, lol) to figure out how to, and then rewrite the complete site into layers and I have no idea what works best.. any suggestions? Unless someone would be sweet enough to do it for me, hehehe.

    3. In the bottom frame, if you look at the source code, you can see I have set the content to center (I hope I did it right?). It works fine when I preview with dreamweaver, but not in ie6. Is there another way to center the content so that it works with ie(6)?

    4. And when it comes to the look/design of the page.. it's not done, obviously.. but is it really that bad..?

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    Exclamation

    Oh and another question... If I continue to use frames, I have.. When viewing my website, and already on the index-page, if I then clik one of my links (referring to the index-site), the top frame shows up double? why is this, and can I prevent it?

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    Talking You've kind of answered your own question!

    Quote Originally Posted by surveys@spra
    When viewing my website, and already on the index-page
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    <a href="index.html" TARGET="B" style="text-decoration: none">Home</a> 
    <a href="index.html" TARGET="B" style="text-decoration: none">Redirect</a>
    <a href="index.html" TARGET="B" style="text-decoration: none">Home</a> 
    <a href="index.html" TARGET="B" style="text-decoration: none">Redirect</a>
    <a href="index.html" TARGET="B" style="text-decoration: none">Home</a> 
    <a href="index.html" TARGET="B" style="text-decoration: none">Redirect</a>
    All the links are saying "Place the index.html document in the frame called "B". That's what it's doing. The anchors should be unique (depending on what page you want appearing in frame "B"). If you load "index.html", then the frameset document gets loaded in frame "B".



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