dreaded inline frames

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Post 3+ Months Ago

im a newby but im experimenting with iframes....and in need of a little help...im using imageready i have the frame working but how do i get the text to show up
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  • rtm223
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Ok, best bet is to stop experimenting with frames before you become corrupted :D

Uh I'm not really sure what the question is, to use an Iframe the code you need is

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<iframe src="peekaboo.html">


I cant remember whether you need a separate closing tag or not. You then put whatever you want to display in the iframe in a file called "peekaboo.html", although you may wish to change the name to something relevent.
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I agree. Please stay away from frames, inline or not. I've been designing for years, and I haven't even thought about touching frames because, sone well, it takes a lot of skill and experience. Start easy.
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Being a Fireworks user, I found myself asking "WTF is image ready?!"

A quick search reveals this is an animation deal from Adobe to go with Photoshop.
Now I ask, Are you talking about frames in Image Ready ? if so the best I can do is give you the Image Ready Tutorial Google string I used,
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=U ... utorial%22
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I believe ImageReady comes with some sort of HTML-publishing thing. *shudder*

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