Video about working with frames in web development?Hi,
adrian wrote:Never EVER use frames for a website you want to get ranked in the search engines.
freekdl wrote:adrian wrote:Never EVER use frames for a website you want to get ranked in the search engines.
Are you talking about the index page or all pages?
Doesn't link cloaker work that way, by loading the affiliate page in a full page frame? I 'm doing the same to hide my affiliate links, should I change this or not?
MarkLing wrote:It sounds like you're primarily interested in frames so that you don't have to update your navigation on every single page, is that right?
Another thing you can do is create a PHP include for your navigation. Basically all you do is copy the HTML for your navigation into to new file (much like you would for a frame), and then you insert a tiny piece of PHP into your article pages where you want the navigation to appear. What it's saying is "insert the content of this other page HERE". Then you just save your article pages as .php files, and they work perfectly.
The stuff you write in your article pages (where you want the navigation to appear) should look something like this.
(The stuff inside the brackets will depend on where in your file structure you've put your navigation file.)
You don't need to do anything special with the navigation HTML.... just copy the section from your current pages, paste it into a new document and save it as navigation.html (or whatever).
Hope that helps.
moon6446 wrote:Ok thanks, I have something to work with again :lol:
And I see, you all are a lot smarter with dreamweaver then I am :wink: So I have another question,
How do I put a email form on my website using dreamweaver, looking something like this:
moon6446 wrote:Hi Adrian,
Well I have no newsletter yet, but I have a free ebook and the newsletters will come soon.
So I want a form with which I can also built my email list.
I don't want to use aweber yet maybe later, so I want to know if it's possible with dreamweaver only.
moon6446 wrote:Hi adrian
And just a contact form, is that easier to make? :roll:
thanks for all your replies, well it took me sometime but I have the form on my website :lol:
Within the hosting account of affilorama is also a form mail option included and that's working :D