Can anyone direct me, tell me, show me, how to make a simple 2 or 3 frame setup for my webpage? All I want to do is have my complete list of animated gifs on the left side and be able to click on them and have them open on the frame on the right. If it makes a difference, I'm looking for about a 35/65 split.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Groovy. I'm now working out some of the finer points, but now that I've got my start the rest is getting easier to figure out. Thanks a lot, I appreciate it.
Then I can tell it wasnt tables!
I'm gonna have to try that out and see if it will do what I want. All of a sudden I don't have time to do all this stuff, but I'm gonna work on some of it over the next couple days.
Thanks for the info.
Yeah, coding is one of those things that looks omigod complex, but if you just remember what certain things mean, the rest of it becomes like a recipe...or some other analogy ;P
3 months ago I didn't know ANYTHING about html, but thanks to guys like you who help out, and just spending time tinkering, I've figured out a lot of basics. Definitely got a long way to go before I consider myself knowledgeable, but looking back, it's funny to see how much I can do now.
Frames I never bothered with before, so this is a whole new venture. I've just got so many dang gifs now I figure it'd be easier for the viewer to be able to see who whole list at once and still see them individually on the page.
Does anyone know of a really good, easy program for doing webpages? I don't mean something like a WYSIWIG, I just mean something that's very intuitive. What I'd really like to do is be able to have a whole section of images, and be able to (this is just a theoretical example) highlight all the images, right-click on them, and click on "create links" or something of the sort. I've got hundreds of gifs, and I really don't want to have to go thru each one and make individual links. Currently I'm using NVU, and it's pretty nice, but it's freeware, so I'm guessing it's lacking certain things.
Freeware doesn't have to lack certain things. Try Evrsoft 1stpage, also freeware. It has a useful preview function that you can use to experiment with HTML and see the results instantly. Good for learning what codes exactly do.
you could always use Microsoft FrontPage....its a lousy program (im sure people will back me up on that ) but you can do simple stuff like that...or even learn some new html code that you never new...ive learned several different things in HTML....i take a lot of comp classes in school n for some reason i always have to do frontpage...and it gets very boring so i start messin around in html view...ive learned like ways to change your borders on tables n stuff...little things like that which can really enhance your website if you no what your doing.
I feel the editor such as textpad is fit for those HTML experts. When you are not so familiar with languages, the GUI softwares can help you to work on your job.
I suggest you to review the source code to understand what the software created automaticly. That will help you to master the HTML. Sometimes you can only change the source code with coding.
Well unfortunately I moved recently, and my net time is totally scattered cause I'm working 55+ hours a week and having to use my dads comp cause I can't get the cable strung out from the house. But ASAP I'll try out that textpad and see how that works for me.
Thanks guys, keep the suggestions coming.