How to load a frameset and set frame content using 'top.location.href' ??
I have a drop down list box that enables users to jump to different pages on my site. Problem is some of the list box options loads a frameset in which the frame content is different depending on what list option was selected. I am using 'top.location.href' to load the frameset. For example 'top.location.href = ./test/test_set.html'.
How can I load 'content1.html' inside a frame called 'mainFrame' within this frame set using the 'top.location.href' property? If not, any suggestion on how I could achieve the effect I am after?
cheers freaky...i didn't know that....
No going back now!! the frames are long gone(bit of a shame as it was easier to hold info) Learnt alot in the process.
Will google still index a page if the info is in the metadescription? Even when most of the page is written in js.
also, my links are created using js arrays and loops as well, is there a away of adding URL's included in site in the meta-data.
Nope, Doesn't look like it
Looks like its more 'payed for' advertising for me!!
page to goto,
It works for any number of buttons up to 10
Thanks for your help anyway guys.....
cross browser image blur...
I make didjeridoo's and I want to offer a page to the user in which he/she can design an image to go on the didj using an animated blowtorch.
When you burn bamboo it burns with a fuzzy edge, so I want to imitate this on an image of a black dot 7x7 pixels, which can be moved around the screen. I could do it for IE, but not cross browser.
Anyone know of a blur filter that works cross browser