WebPlus X4 – Creating an iFrame / Framed document



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  1. rilind101

    oke thanks for your great tutorials but i’m having a problem my website just takes to long to load the pages you know if there is a way to speed it up with maybe youse of iframes?? without losing the backgrounds i have tryd a litle but the problem is the backgrounds take to long to load and if i put it on a frame then still it takes the same time to load?

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  2. x59uk

    @LivingWandsworth thanks for your quick responce very helpfull never thiught about the 2nd option thanks

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  3. LivingWandsworth

    @x59uk Hi
    There are two ways to do this;
    1) Use ContentSlider from the DynamicDrive website (which is what we used)
    2) Create thumbnails that show the different slides(pages) within the iframe, but also set each page to have a redirect to the next slide(page) after x seconds.

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  4. x59uk

    hi livingww i was wondering how you make it so it goes to the next picture automaticly bacically like a slide show like you have on your own website homepage great tuts btw thanks

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  5. x59uk

    hi livingww i was wondering how you make it so it goes to the next picture automaticly bacically like a slide show like you have on your own website homepage great tuts btw thanks

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  6. dwill1967

    @LivingWandsworth Oh good. I’m not the only one with nav bar problems then. It was freaking me out for a day or two! Thought I was doing something wrong. Apart from that, I really like the software. Used to work for IPC magazines so very familiar with DTP applications. Checked the serif forum – any other problems I should be aware of? Thanks for helping.

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  7. LivingWandsworth

    @dwill1967 The market is still there, better than ever. Still lots of problems with the nav bars which should be fixed in the patch coming out in March, so not doing much on them until then.

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  8. dwill1967

    Thanks for the replies. I used to live in Wandsworth – Cavendish Road. Used to spend a lot of time in Balham Library when I lived in Hildreth Street too. Is the market still there? Some of the nav bars don’t display peroperly in Google Chrome. Spaces are inserted between some of the vertical java ones.

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  9. LivingWandsworth

    Will be doing Nav bars soon.

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  10. LivingWandsworth

    WP doesn’t use fluid design, I don’t think any of the most popular sites do.
    I’d recommend using a width of 975px, generally I follow what MSN is doing.

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  11. dwill1967

    Do you know if you can use fluid width in WebPlus? If not, what would you recommend as the largest width to use without losing too many people with older monitors?

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