I do not want iframes but since you can not have a source on a div element then the only thing I can do is to make it using an iframe. I work for a non-profit organization, meaning that the people that work here only know how to use MS office programs and that is all. I am going to get the website so I can train one person how to use GoLive and the very very basics of html.
I do not want them to have access to the "core code" of the web site because they can easly "brake" it. It would be better to give the person a page that is like this....
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="en" xml:lang="en">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="files/main.css" />
ONLY MAKE CHANGES HERE!!!!
Instead of a page with over 500 lines....Plus i think that it is a bad idea to copy and paste 500 lines of text onto every single page. There is no need for that. I would say that people that do that need to go work at taco bell, what if you need to go and change one item to some other item there you go you know have to make that change to every single page on you site....
It is like making the choice to use inline styles on every element...no thanks I like css to much.
So I take it that what I want done can not be done? Yet another example why we need a whole need web language....Can this be done with any hack even? How about with js, dhtml, xml, ajax...anything? Point me in a direction so that I can learn I am not asking for some one to take the time to write the code for me just to get me started.