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Links in Frames
« on: Sep 22nd, 2005, 9:36am »
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I am trying to have an index page in a frame on the left side of my screen and when clicking on an item it opens on the right side in a frame.  I need to know how to have multiple pages linked together for a certain topic but still have them open in that right hand frame.  For instance, I have a topic that i click on  in the left hand side which is the index.  It opens in the right frame.  At the end of that page I want to continue with another page for that same topic but i want it to open up in that same frame.  Please help!!!
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Re: Links in Frames
« Reply #1 on: Sep 23rd, 2005, 2:37pm »
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Within that page, define the link to the next page with (select a text block) Insert >Special link, then second tab, then "in current window, replaces caller page".
This way the page in the right frame will be replaced with the other page that will remain within the right frame.
 
I guess you have already read the Tutorial "How to create a left frame menu" (available if you hit F1 then click Tutorials).
 
Also the PDF manual has a chapter "Frames" with images and interesting examples that you may follow...
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 26th, 2005, 5:40am »
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Yes I had already read the whole manual and played with the software for hours.  I did finally figure out how to do exactly what you said about replacing the caller page.  Thanks for the help though.
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Re: Links in Frames
« Reply #3 on: Oct 5th, 2005, 3:53pm »
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That's fine.
 
It is a basic "special link".
You can as well change a frame, show a popup window, open a new browser window...
 
For the tutorial how to create a left frame menu click here
 
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Cannot get CD to autorun. Have created presentation and burned to CD but it will not run automatically. Must click on links. Is that how it is supposed to work?
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« Reply #5 on: Jun 22nd, 2007, 4:45am »
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please kindly add your post to pertaining topics. You are off topic!
Quickly: If the CD is created correctly (typically, all the files burned within the CD, without folders) then the CDFrontEnd brochure shows automatically (autorun). You see the first page / cover page you created. Don't know what you inserted within this page: a cover image; some images with slide effect; some buttons; a video... it's up to you.
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