help please. link to open in same window on the right side

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hi, I'm not sure if i can explain this properly. i have a menu on the left side of my page and want the links in that menu to open up on the right side of my page.

I'm using trellian webpage as i am hopelessly new to webpage design. But i can past code in if I'm told where to put it. :oops:

Is there a simple way of doing this that as a newbie can understand? :lol:

thank you in advance.
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What I would do is have multiple pages that all used the same layout. So, the header and menu would be in the same location on each page, but the content would change.

Are you trying to avoid having the whole screen refresh when a link is clicked?
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I'm trying to make is as professional as possible as its for a small craft business I am running from home. I noticed all the bigger stores have this format so i guess its works.

I was more worried about the time it takes to load the page/menus over and over for each item being looked at.

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Can you give an example of a website that uses this method that you are referring to ... I think that it's frames ...
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righteous_trespasser wrote:
Can you give an example of a website that uses this method that you are referring to ... I think that it's frames ...


I'm sure that's it although digitalMedia have stated something close to that.

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