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Post by schmaltzy on Thu Oct 18, 2007 12:45 am

Sad i'm dazed... i'm confused with the frameset tag... and the
stuff...

Wah! how do you REALLY use the name and target attributes?

Argh! type=text/css ... i don't know how and why..


twitch i'm flustered with the cols and rows for the frameset... sigh...

i don't get it...

sob help!!!!


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Post by hmm00 on Thu Oct 18, 2007 4:05 am

Ha ha ha! You're in luck! That's like, my report(well, it was supposedly a group report but I was the one who burnt my eyebrows understanding it)!

FRAMES
A frame contains the contents of a single webpage. (although I'm not sure of that description. I just made it up). In a webpage, if you decide to use frames, you no longer need to use the BODY tag.

Frameset
A frame set is a set of frames. (duh!) It may contain a finite number of columns, rows, or both. The dimensions of these columns and/or rows must be specified.
Columns and Rows
cols and rows are attributes of the frameset tag.

Example:
Let's say you have this syntax(is that the right term to use?):

<html>
<frameset>
/* The number of values set for cols/rows is the number of cols/rows that will appear. (this is a comment. it will not appear in the wabpage.) */
<frame>
<frame>
<frame>
<frame>
<frame>
<frame>
</frameset>
</html>

^ That will yield a page that looks like this:


Q: Can a frameset be within another frameset?
A:Absolutely

Example:
Say, you wish to change the layout above. You want to take out the rows in the first column and add more colums in the first row.


The syntax:

<html>
<frameset>

<frame>

<frameset>
<frameset>
<frame>
<frame>
<frame>
</frameset>



/* sorry, i can't seem to align them properly so that it would be easier to understand */



smarty pants NOTE: The values for cols/rows may be in percent or pixels. If the percent sign is omitted, it will automatically be taken as pixels. The asterisk(*) means "the rest". So what ever value is left, that is what the * takes up.
smarty pants NOTE: Try it out! Experiment with it. Just make simple text documents and use those. The frame's source doesn't necessarily have to be an html document. It may be an image or a text document. And remember to keep those files under a single folder.


type=text/css
--> is this really in your curiculum? We did not have this last school year.

CSS(Cascading Style Sheets)
If you own a Friendster or Multiply account, then you know what CSS is. Although you may not fully understand it as Friendster has links to CSS editors.

CSS is used by webdesigners in building their webpages. For sites like Friendster and Multiply, it is used for your profile/site's color scheme, the fonts, the tables, the cursors, etc etc.


STYLES, Name and Target
...to be updated...



Sorry for the late reply. I forgot to check the forums yesterday evening.sorry

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Post by schmaltzy on Thu Oct 18, 2007 11:20 pm

thank you! thank you! thank you! please

uhm one more thing... how do you align the columns in the table tag and how do you align the form --> input tags so that (ex. input type=text) would be in line with the next inputy type???

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Post by hmm00 on Fri Oct 19, 2007 12:51 pm

Align the columns? Please be more specific...Or do you mean the text alignment? or column width? Give me an example or a view on what you're talking about so that I won't be posting the wrong things.
confused

I don't think I get what you're saying. ... He he he.


Well, here's a site (http://www.w3schools.com/) that could help you out. If you can't find what you're looking for or need further explanations, post away.

Um...I posted that link so that you could have a quick reference as I can't be sure when I'll be checking the forums again. So there, hope it helps.
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Post by schmaltzy on Fri Oct 19, 2007 10:24 pm

neii... Shocked why did i say align?!?!? eheheh

uhmmm yes... i was talking about the column width...

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Post by hmm00 on Sat Oct 20, 2007 12:19 am

Here's a link to that po

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_col.asp

Sorry, I'm busying myself with unimportant(sort of) stuff. Rest assured I will still do my best to answer your questions. Kind of rushing now kasi...

Anyway, just look at the example and you'd get it right away. Then practice with it just to make sure you got it right. Make like, at least two tables with different layouts so that you'd really be sure.
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