Replacement for Frames?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Bob Smith, May 11, 2009.

  1. Bob Smith

    Bob Smith Guest

    It's been a while since I did any website design. I have recently built a web
    application in VS2005. I didn't want to use frames, as I know the problems
    they cause. I ended up duplicating the menu structure on every page. Whenever
    I need to add another reference, I need to update every page. Does anyone
    know a way to maintain a single menu for all pages in ASPX without using
    frames?

    Thanks
    Bob Smith, May 11, 2009
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  2. Hello Bob,

    > It's been a while since I did any website design. I have recently
    > built a web application in VS2005. I didn't want to use frames, as I
    > know the problems they cause. I ended up duplicating the menu
    > structure on every page. Whenever I need to add another reference, I
    > need to update every page. Does anyone know a way to maintain a single
    > menu for all pages in ASPX without using frames?


    Either use Master pages with the menu in them, or use AJAX to simulate frames,
    without actually using them...
    --
    Jesse Houwing
    jesse.houwing at sogeti.nl
    Jesse Houwing, May 11, 2009
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