Frame behaviour using PHP (or alternative)

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I have coded a frame based banner (like the one you get from hotmail
when you click on an external link). The problem is that when you drag
and drop the ie address bar shortcut icon, it links to the original
frame set. So if you have the frame set, then navigate around on the
main page and then make a short cut icon, it will obviously point to
the old frame set.

Is there any way around this? Maybe using php? The key is to display a
banner on the top of a page, have the content below the page function
as normal yet have short cuts based on the address bar reflect the
current situation (maybe some php post code is required, but anything
is worth considering!)


Re: Frame behaviour using PHP (or alternative)

On 29 Jul 2004 04:35:02 -0700, (Gooseman) wrote:

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I don't think there is anything PHP can do for you in this instance.
This is *client side* stuff, outside of the reach of PHP.  You would
be much better off losing the frame-based approach, unless you really
need it.  Why does your banner need a frame?

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