Re: Onload event

by "Michele Hanson" <michele(at)>

 Date:  Wed, 4 Jul 2001 14:59:49 -0400
 To:  "Klaas De Waele" <klaas(at)>,
"'Larry Coats'" <lcoats(at)>
 Cc:  "'HWG Techniques'" <hwg-techniques(at)>
 References:  pdc
  todo: View Thread, Original
Thanks to all for the suggestions.  The nested frame is what I finally
figured out on my own.  Sometimes it takes a good night's sleep before the
answer comes to me!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Klaas De Waele" <klaas(at)>
To: "'Larry Coats'" <lcoats(at)>; "'Michele Hanson'"
Cc: "'HWG Techniques'" <hwg-techniques(at)>
Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2001 4:26 AM
Subject: RE: Onload event

> Actually... now that I think of it...
> Just do this:
> PAGE1 = frame_left + frame_right
> PAGE2 = frame_child1 + frame_child2
> PAGE3 = frame_child1 + frame_child2
> Put Page2 inside frame_right
> Now, from frame_left, you can target frame_right and let page 3 load.
> the TWO frames (actually one with a nested frameset) will load the source
> html files defined for page3.
> I use this on (bottom navigation causes left middle and
> content to change, left navi only targets content) and
>, same thing.
> Quite obvious, no?
> It's only when you have frames that don't seperate vertically or
> horizontally that you have to use javascript.  And even then.... maybe you
> can define a target with the meta http-equiv refresh tag...  Don't know.
> - Kayjey -

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