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    Hi !
    I'm a real beginner. Look at the dynamic-frame-navigation (when you click a linkk, the frames go live and change the page structure, smoothly...) in http://www.youngpup.net. No comment.
    Do you know any link or introduction about that great change frame estructure?. I'm looking at the code, but it's too much for now.

    Thanks in advance

    Joan

  • #2
    changing dynamicaly the frame navigation

    Thank you Dave !

    My english is not so good, I try to explain my post. I think that I write a wrong url, the right is = http://youngpup.net/.. Sorry for the mistake...

    In this web, when you choose a item menu, for example, [experiments] and then other subitem, like [HFD scroll], then you can see how the frame move, it changes dynamicaly the general frame structure. I thinks the best way to taste it is navigate to http://youngpup.net/.

    My problem is that I'm learning javascript and don't understand the code, and I would like to look at other easier exemple or tutorial, or something that can help me.

    Thanks again

    Joan

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    • #3
      Are you talking about the windows explorer like menu on the left side? If so check it out on dynamicdrive.

      http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/navigate1.htm

      The one that http://youngpup.net is using doesn't work in NS. It displays the whole menu.

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      • #4
        Thanks tamienne !

        I mean other kind of navigation, just when you make a click over a link, sometimes the frames window resize and load the concret content of that link. Have a taste in http://youngpup.net. Sure it will be more understandblethat my words...

        See you

        Joan

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        • #5
          Do you mean the pop-up windows resizing to fit the content? Sorry, no pun intended, but the right lingo is important to get your message across.
          Regards,
          Ronald.
          ronaldvanderwijden.com

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          • #6
            I mean the content in the resizeble frames. If you go to http://youngpup.net , please taste it. For example:

            1.- in the dialtastc menu (left side, upper) choose "Experiments", then it will loads the experiments menu items

            2.- choose "HFD Scroll" (experiment menu item, at the right of the dialtastc menu)

            You will see how the frames down resize and load the content choosed

            3.- in the dialtastc menu (experiments menu), choose "Works" then it will loads the works menu items

            2.- choose "Three.OH news" (works menu item, at the right of the dialtastc menu)

            Look at down the menu area, You will see moving frames in action

            Thanks

            Joan

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            • #7
              The link, http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/navigate1.htm
              , provided by tamienne had exaclty what you need. We understand what you are asking. I think ronaldb66 was saying a "joke"

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              • #8
                I think ronaldb66 was saying a "joke"
                Hardly; i really didn't get what Joan was aiming at, but after the elaborate description it is all clear!
                Joan, after a quick look the page seems to exist out of a table and a couple of DIVs (and that's simplifying it), and of course that great menu; total screen height is determined by the content, and as each page is newly loaded after clicking a menu item it's rendered again by the browser, adjusting for necessary height.
                It's no magic really, but very nicely done. The real strong point is again that menu; very, very nice!
                Regards,
                Ronald.
                ronaldvanderwijden.com

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                • #9
                  Oh, sorry ronald... I figured you intended it to be a joke, because of the no pun intended line... Agian, Sorry...

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                  • #10
                    Thank you ronaldb66 and Cloudski !

                    I'm looking for any similar script or tutorial about it. If I find it, it will be post it.

                    Any suggestions is welcome !

                    Joan

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                    • #11
                      Cloudski,

                      no worries; i'm used not to be taken seriously...
                      Regards,
                      Ronald.
                      ronaldvanderwijden.com

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