HTML help

Discussion in 'Programming & Software Development' started by lancer33, Aug 19, 2002.

  1. lancer33

    lancer33 Member

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    Hey,

    I've made a table up, is there any way to display another html file in one of the table's cells?

    Thanks
     
  2. baby

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    Not sure but I think you can:confused:
     
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    Yeah?

    Basically, lets just say I have a 2 cell table.

    I want to have links in one of the cells, and then have the other cell displaying the relevant html file
    Do you get what I mean?
     
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    Great! Thanks for that.. I'll give that a go
     
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    You can now also use the <OBJECT> tag to do the same as IFRAME (recommended in the latest standard).
     
  7. King of Cool

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    You could use frames.

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  8. Wizardx8

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    I would just set it out using CSS...

    Have one div container for the links, and another for the content, is a fairly easy setup...

    Frames is another option that will work fine for what you are after, but can cause problems for search engines/non graphic browsers...

    If you really do want to actually "include" a page into the cell of a table, you could try some sort of SSI that is just a stripped down html file, this would work...

    If you need more help, post some examples of what you are actually trying to do and I'll take a look... :)
     

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