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clareb2005

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Hey :whistling:

I'm creating a band website for a uni project and have used CCS, but am stuck with a links page. I've added the pic above as a example. At the mo I have the page set so every time you click a button (fansites/bands/radio/mags) a different set of links appears in the box on the right. Thats all fine and dandy but at the moment each set of links is on it's own webpage.

What I wanted was to click a button and the content of the box that contains the list of links changes, not the whole page, meaning I only have one page for links not 4

is this possible?
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TaNkZ101

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I believe you can using frames (if you're not already)
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How would I do that?? :whistling:
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Ajax (specifically DHTML) would be most helpful here. Or perhaps domCollapse.
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lol i don't know HOW, i just know it's possible since i've never used frames
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I PM'd you some JavaScript code to play with to see if it is what you wanted. Also, sent you a link to see it in action for yourself. Have you tried it yet?

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Yeah sorry dude, thanks for that. I tried it but it wasn't quite the result I was looking for :-S thanks anyway
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