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    Help with frames!

    Will someone give me the code or at least help with frames? I want a vertical frame with two sections, and I want the sidebar to link to the menubar. I have everything but I can't seem to target them into each other. PLEASE HELP!! Thanks,
    ~Melissa~

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportskrazy4
    I have everything but I can't seem to target them into each other
    So lets look at what you have and fix the targetting problem.

    Dave

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    This is the website address that I'm having trouble with. I would like the side one to target to the main one. http://www.vinciwood.com/index2.html Thanks,
    ~Melissa~
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    First lets start with your index2.html, the frameset page
    HTML Code:
    <frameset cols="18%,85%">
    <frame src="clamps.html" name="sidemenu" target="mainwindow"></a>
    <frame src="index.html" name="mainwindow">
    </frameset>
    You need html, head, and title tags, at the very least html tags.

    Maybe there is a reason I do not get, but 18% & 85% ? Why not 15% or 82%

    The target attribute does not go on this page, instead add it to each link in clamps.html

    Remove the closing anchor tag </a>

    I also have looked at your other html pages, and they all need attention, missing html tags, body tags before html tags etc. Try running it through the HTML Validator located in our webmaster tools section.

    Dave

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    Thank you, that helps a lot! But how exactly should I put the target attributes? Like where do these <> or these " go? If you could help me with that last thing, and that would be so great! Thanks again,
    ~Melissa~

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    THANK YOU THANK YOU! That helped me a lot. I'm a 14 year old girl that has been doing html for about 1 and a half years. I know all of the basics, and hope to profess in webdesigning. I am doing my dad's business website, Vinciwood, and thats the one I showed you. I also have one of my own, I'm helping my friend, brother, and cousin. So you really helped me out today. Hope to talk to you again soon,
    ~Melissa~



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