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Franky Four Fingers
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Hi there,

I am building on a website which uses frames, 1 header frame, 1 menu frame, 1 body frame, 1 submenu frame, and 1 footer frame. Something like this
+----------------+
Header
+----------------+
menu
+----------------+
body
+----------------+
submenu
+----------------+
footer
+----------------+

Now I want to know wether or not it is possible to create a mouseover in my menu frame, in order to make a submenu appear in the submenu frame. So for each item in my menu (5 items in total) another submenu...
i hope this is possible, I searched for a while to find some codes about it..but couldn't find any....thanks in advance

Franky Four Fingers

elvendil
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onmouseover when using frames

Is there a reason why you're using frames rather than DIVs ?

Franky Four Fingers
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onmouseover when using frames

Because i want this site to appear over the whol width, and i didn't manage to get this possible with divs..or do you have some suggestions?

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onmouseover when using frames

I don't entirely understand what you are trying to do. DIVs should not be in any way limiting to layout, it's just a case of getting the CSS right. You can after all place any div or any element anywhere you want it to be using CSS, assuming the XHTML markup is of a robust enough design.

Take a look at http://www.csszengarden.com to see what CSS can do to a well written XHTML page. Bare in mind while you try the different skins that the actually XHTML is exactly the same - only the CSS file changes.