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- Al Jones
January 1, 2005, 5:47 am
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I have several letters (in the neighbord hood of 200) that I have
trasncribed and want to put up on the web.
The lay out as I picture it is:
Top / banner
some navigation (links / about / history / ... )
left column: letter date / title
right column: letter text (which also includes the picture of the letter)
footer: copyright / etc??
both the table of contents and the letter may exceed the users screen
length and I would like to scroll them independently. If the user selects
a different letter, put it in the right had box, but leave the toc alone
1) do it with frames
2) do it with tables and imbedded iframes <??>
Now come the ignorance questions:
banner consists of two pictures one align: left, the other align: right
with some text (Site title) inbetween. The left hand picture sets at the
top, the text aligns center:center (no such but I think you understand
what I mean), the right hand picture drops down about 3em and I can't seem
to get it to the top. Suggestions??
Now for the dumb question:
If I do this with frames - what are the minimum specifications that need
to be included in the html for each 'page' (toc and individual letters).
I can't point to a web site as this is still 'pie in the sky' ('let's
learn html/css by doing something realistic???)
Thanks //al (fix the email to reply directly)
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