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putting menu on the sides, HOW?


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geeks_patrol

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I don't seem to be able to put my menu on the side of my web page. can anybody help me?

here is a picture of what I am trying to explain:

I am trying to have the menu like the one in the right but the text interfere like the one in the left side.

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Use frames?
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I fix it, I just had to put some blockquotes. but thanks anyways.
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No problem.
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Use frames?


ACk! :tazz: :)

Frames are the WORST thing you could possibly suggest to someone. Unless of course you want the search engines to completely ignore their site then frames is the way to go...

I was a HUGE frames fan... I've grown out of it. It was very easy to design with, but with a little elbow grease you can get the same results with less code, a more search engine friendly site and that is W3C compliant by using CSS.
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Sure, but if he didn't know how to make the menu then I wouldn't jump to conclusions about be worried about a search engine.
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oh its alright. I don't really need the search engine that much, But I fixed the problem without using frames. thanks anyway
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Glad you sorted it out without using frames.... Good call...
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