On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 5:00 AM, georg <georg.chamb...@telia.com> wrote:
> I have a need to make a pure "display" in a (HTML tagged area defined by) 
> now so far I have only succeeded in making output into a frame by landing
> a clicked tag to open the new doc (href or src) in a specified frame.
> Possibly its not solvable with framework of frames.

Not 100% sure of what you want, but can't you just populate the frames directly?

<frameset rows="10%,*">
  <frame name="upper" src="upperframe.php">
  <frame name="lower" src="lowerframe.php">

the link in the src attribute populates it initially.

You already know how to populate them with links.

> ( I know, FRAMEs are a dying breed, depressed by HTML society, sorry 
> "deprecated"
>   possibly my issue is fixable by style-sheets but I havnt gotten that far 
> yet, too complex )

Frames are not only deprecated, they are unsupported entirely in HTML5
(not that browsers won't continue to display them; just that they
won't validate).

Leap the hurdle and start to look at Web 3.0 stuff with backbone.js,
twitter's bootstrap,  etc.

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