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matthelm88
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Is it possible to have a CSS site that can do this:

goto this site:

http://www.bookfest.net/

what i would like to have happen is this...when you click on one of the links in the scroller the site(an external site) would load below the Large Book image allowing for the scroller to stay there as sites get loaded below. or is this only possible with frames

any help would be great

peace

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answer (sort of)

I'm not quite sure why that is done in flash by the way, but on to your question.

Do you want to stay away from frames completely? One option may be iframes.

You could also have a div below that where the content is loaded into I believe. I'm still learning css myself so I'm not sure, but I figured I would answer your post and try to help. Maybe that will help you a little and if not, good luck with it.

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CSS like frames...

obsidian
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CSS like frames...

I'm not sure this is the wisest way to do it, but I know that if you're willing to use some PHP in your site, you can get it to work without too much hastle. Just make each link back to the $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] and add a request such as ?book=name_of_book, and then have your option in PHP to include the given book page. I like this method as it seems to be quite effective.

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