Frontpage: Dropdown Menu


J

JCO

Using FrontPage, I added a dropdown menu. However, I don't understand how
to link the items in the menu to an action. What I want to do is populate
an In-Line Frame with an .htm, located on the same page.
Can someone help in this area?
JCO
 
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R

Ronx

JCO explained on 02/06/2011 :
Using FrontPage, I added a dropdown menu.
However, I don't understand how to link the
items in the menu to an action. What I want to
do is populate an In-Line Frame with an .htm,
located on the same page.
Can someone help in this area?
JCO

Each link similar to:

<a href="mypage.htm"
target="iframeName">mypage</a>


and the iframe resembles:

<iframe name="iframeName"
src="framedefaultpage.htm"></iframe>

Obviously, change the page names and iframe name
to suit your site.
Note the link target is the same as the iframe
name.

--
Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/wf-menu.aspx
Microsoft has closed this newsgroup on Microsoft
servers - see
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for details of why and where to go next.
 
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J

JCO

My apologies.. let me show the scrip I have thus far.

//jco; this script fills the content of a dropdown box
ddn = new DropDownNav();
ddn.Attach ("Dropdown_Newsletter")
ddn.AddInstruction("Select Newsletter...");
ddn.AddSeparator();

ddn.AddNavigation("2011-March", "");
ddn.AddNavigation("2011-June", "");

ddn.AddSeparator();
ddn.AddNavigation("Send feedback", "mailto:[email protected]");

When the selection is made (ex 2011-March), I want to populate an InLine
Frame (Name: Inline_newsletter) with a .htm file.

Thanks
 

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