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is it possible wihout frames?

 9:44 am on Mar 7, 2001 (gmt 0)

Was wondering if anyone knows a cool and groovy way of embedding an entire website into a html page, or is this just a dream...

I'm just finishing a site which must incorporate an AS/400 system, which is an entirely different site, but accessed by a single url.

I could use frames, or a new window, I suppose but just wanted to know whether there are any other tried and tested techniques....



 11:12 am on Mar 8, 2001 (gmt 0)

Well, nicebloke, it seems no one has much to suggest, especially since you asked for "tried and true". I think the answer is there's no other game in town but the ones you already know.

Although this is certainly far from tried and true, you might be interested in this thread about a technique to replace frames:



 11:14 am on Mar 8, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks very much Tedster.

Thought I was probably having a day dream....you have to check these things though!!


 1:32 pm on Mar 8, 2001 (gmt 0)

Since it is an as/400 system, I assume compatability is an issue? What is the reservation about using frame?


 1:40 pm on Mar 8, 2001 (gmt 0)

I don't really have one - just hate working with them! Always avoided them like the plague..

Is there a straightforward way to make a page of frames with a square missing?

As for the compatibility yes, spoke to the company doing it and if course, they say, it needs to be stand alone. They want to put the site into their AS400 system, and I want to put their system into the site!!

(had to edit that - hope it didn't sound sarcastic! what I meant was thanks for replying..bljfdkbjh)

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