Iframe Tutorial – Dreamweaver

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15 Responses to “Iframe Tutorial – Dreamweaver”

  1. henrymelosouza Says:

    gostei achei interessante sou do brasil quem tem ddtank entra no mundo da paixao na soci elite

  2. 007emeric Says:

    you are wicked man i want to make my own website in cs4 but couldt work out IFrame thanks

  3. triciashafer Says:

    fantastic and so easy to understand. thanks

  4. millsgraphics Says:

    Hi I just subscribed!

    I’m building a very simple web page. It will look like this…

    Button_1 Button_2 Button_3 Button_4

    [box (or iframe) that holds a flash swf that changes when a button above is pressed]

    I’m new at HTML. So basically 4 buttons that control the flash movie that will play in the box below. What’s the best way to do this? Thanks

  5. Garethphilp Says:

    Hi, I have a iframe but how do I have buttons outside of the iframe change the webpage inside the iframe?

  6. KevinHarper3DArtist Says:

    Hey James, If I wanted one of my links to change the sores in the iFrame, what would i put as target?

  7. Gothtecdotcom Says:

    @DreamWeaverTutorial Actually I final found a tutorial that did as you did, but included how to name/id the iframe and then target it!

  8. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @Gothtecdotcom Hi this is an iframe tutorial but what you need is a ‘frame’ so if you go to File > New and select ‘page from sample’ it will give you all sorts of options to choose the correct frame structure. – James

  9. Gothtecdotcom Says:

    Nicely done… How do you target the Iframe from a menu so that the internal site is changed to anther page?

  10. AL7X7 Says:

    Excellent!! your tutorials are very clear and useful!

  11. Wijhoops Says:

    Hi James, I’ve got CS3. Can you tell me how to get the Design view BELOW the CSS code. I can get it below the HTML code obviously, but if I’m changing the CSS code I have to go back to HTML view to see Design View. I notice that you have your Design View below the CSS code. How can I get this , or is it not possible in CS3? Thanks

  12. mstuie Says:

    1k subscribers yet 62 views

  13. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @mstuie there are many reasons for iframes. you may want to display an advert on multiple pages which you can update in one swoop, you may want to override existing styles. Or you may not have the time to code it again after making a tutorial so instead reference the page as i did. it saved me half an hour and my style sheet is still minimal. And its important people know how to use iframes for my next tutorial.

  14. mstuie Says:

    Why dont just code it in where you want instead of using Iframe which is complicated

  15. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    Please allow to process – James

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