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How do you link to a specific combinations of frames?

Discussion in 'Code Snippets and Tutorials' started by Rena, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. Rena

    Rena New Member

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    On my site, I have three frames, in columns.
    Let's call them A, B and C.

    By default, my home page shows this frameset as A + B + C.
    However, I want to provide a DIRECT link to my site with the combination A + B1 + C, with B1 being frame B displaying another page.

    Is it possible to give a direct link, or do I have to create a page with the frameset A + B1 + C in order to do this?

    Sorry if this sounds confusing... I'm not very sure of the technical terms, because I kinda picked up HTML myself. Will clarify if my any part of my description is unclear D:

    Thanks so much for help of any form!
     
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    Zer0 New Member

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    Rena New Member

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    Aww... was kind of looking for a direct link so that I can share it on media like Facebook, hahaha! But ah well, looks like I've got to make a whole new frameset altogether, haha.

    Thanks for the Java code though! Will come in handy in other ways, definitely :)
     
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    Its Javascript, not Java ;)
    There's a big difference :p
     
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    Ehh! There is?

    What's... the difference? Is Java like an application, while... Javascript is used to script it?
    Sorry, I'm such a noob... D:
    *hides in corner*
     
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    They're completely different languages that happen to have similar names (Javascript kinda stole Java's name in hopes of having some of Java's success rub off on it).

    Java is a stand-alone application and Javascript is a scripting language that runs inside your browser.
     
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    Javascript kinda stole Java's name in hopes of having some of Java's success rub off on it

    ^ Well, they did have me there for awhile ¬_¬

    Alright, learn something new everyday! Thanks so much for the clarification :)
     

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