Re: OT: IFRAME problem
- first off, you do realize that youre posting on a php group, do you?
anyway, since your question is non-asp.net related ill give it a
shot. if you are accessing (navigating) your pages with a hyperlink
then you should add a "target" attribute
eg.: <A HREF="somewhere.htm" target="target_name">
in your case its "i-frameName"
as for AJAX, you wouldnt need it to do this unless you want to
process something without leaving the page (btw, if you are
using .Net 2.0 theres a method called CallBack, it uses the same
technology as AJAX)
hope that helps
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sajith G H" <sajithgh@...> wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> I have a page called index.aspx and I am using an i-frame to call
an external page called news.aspx. I am using include file for
header, footer, left side , right side. Centre section of the page
is defined by i-frame....
> The issue is whenever I access another page, full page gets
reloaded... I want only i-frame to get reloaded with out all page
getting reloaded...How can I achieve this.. I know there is a
technology called AJAX....
> My i-frame changes in all pages....
> <i-frame name="i-frameName" id="i-frameName" frameborder=0
src=news.aspx allowtransparency="true" width="100%" scrolling=auto