| 4:59 pm on Dec 29, 2005 (gmt 0)|
What exactly do you mean? Do you mean with a link such as <a href="somepage.html#topic1"> or are you talking about when you lick on a link it calls up another page within an frame or iframe? The former is fairly simple; just use the div's ID as the name token. However, you can't use divs for the latter. Only frames and iframes can be used in such a way.
| 12:54 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)|
what i mean is that you have a layer with an image in it. Now what you want to do is when a link to another picture is clicked, you want the new (hyperlinked) picture to show up in place of the original one.
thus, it is effectively a frame, except that it is using layers.
i hope i made myself a bit more clear?
| 2:52 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)|
It doesn't work that way.
If you want to use divs to construct your page, then you have to make a whole new page for the next image.
| 4:55 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)|
So you're not targeting the same div with each link, instead you are switching the visibility of several divs on and off -- but they are all displayed in the same position on the page.
| 10:36 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)|
thanks for the replies. i want to try and steer away from frames or iframes. personal preference.