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My question is Where can make a web page that offers free iPage web hosting and free domain name? Thanks in advance for any comment. My 2nd question... Hello, I'm a beginner to this HTML lark(hmmm dreamweaver). Anyway, I've got a couple of easy one's for you pros. How do I make a link to another iPage website open up in a new window. Secondly, what's the code for a scroll bar?..

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I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

I'll explain it more in depth- for my html homework I am doing a iPage site that is made up of 4 frames. I have information that opens up in my main frame, but there is too much writing to fit in the frame.. so I need a scroll bar (on the main frame) to read all the text. Does that make sense? Cheers mi deer...

Comment #2

Here's my frame script- what do I need to do??.

Html><title>computing fundamentals</title>.

<frameset rows="30%,80%" cols="30%,80%" border="4" scrolling="no">.

<frame src="topleft.html" name="zero" scrolling="no">.

<frame src="counter.html" name="one" scrolling="no">.

<frame src="ness2.html" name="two" scrolling="no">.

<frame src="mainframe.html" name="three" scrolling="no">.

</frameset>.

</html>..

Comment #3

Nessdog,.

Change the mainframe scrolling bit to :.

<frame src="mainframe.html" name="three" scrolling="auto">.

Goody..

Comment #4

Boo hoo... I tried that and it didn't work. I am sooo inept. Any ideas why it ain't working?..

Comment #5

Have you got your iPage site on the net yet?.

If so, give me the address and I will have a look at it..

Goody..

Comment #6

You seem to have both rows and cols specified in the same frameset. You may be confusing the brower from the start. Is this something like you are trying to do?.

<html><title>computing fundamentals</title>.

<frameset rows="30%,80%" border="4">.

<frameset cols="30%,80%" border="4">.

<frame src="topleft.html" name="zero" scrolling="no">.

<frame src="counter.html" name="one" scrolling="no">.

</frameset>.

<frameset cols="30%,80%" border="4">.

<frame src="ness2.html" name="two" scrolling="no">.

<frame src="mainframe.html" name="three" scrolling="auto">.

</frameset>.

</frameset>.

</html>.

I am guessing that the frame you want to scroll was the last one. That layout created two rows, each containing two columns which was a guess at your original desired layout..

Good luck!..

Comment #7

Hmmm.....

You dint get a scroll bar like how you get in this page?.

Or.

Are you talkin abt a scroll bar which you want inside your main frame?..

Comment #8

Nope, it's not online yet. Nevermind. Thanks for the help anyway... I'm sure I'll figure it out eventually. I think I'm turning into a code geek, HTML isn't as boring as I thought...

Comment #9

Lol.

Ok then attach your html file in your post so that we can have a look at it...

Comment #10

But there's alot of files... I AM INEPT hehe. The index .html code was the bit I previously C and V'd. I would have thought that would be where the scroll code would go... but then I again, my knowledge sucks...

Comment #11


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.