It's been a long time, but I have a new question for you all.
I'm now taking my Net.Art course at the Uni, the next assignment requires the use of frames, js and layers (divs) in order to generate intereactive collages.
My question is, can we place a frameset inside a div, so that we can apply behaviours (Yes, we're using Dreamweaver MX 2004) to the divs? Thusly allowing us to target content from a navigation frame into these divs? And no, I will not being using iFrames.
Originally posted by Paul Jr To be honest, I have no idea; I’m not even completely sure if it’s possible.
Atlest your being honest .
I know how to use a js write, but it only writes directly into the html code. I could use it to write an URL, but I fear it wouldn't actually load the site itself, by write the URL itself as text into the div. And that may be the limitations of using js, it's purely client side, it may not be able to access the site contents on the server.
I know you can use js to simulate a pop up window with a different URL, is there anyway to adapt that to an existing div within the current page?
Is it possible to do this using CSS? As mentioned we are already using behaviours, is it possible to similulate a frame like functionality by changing the display/visibility of multiple layers?
edit again: whoops. I was an idiot and missed the part of your post where you said you wouldn't use iframes. but just as a side note, I don't think there is any other way to target external content except for iframes in this scenario.