How do i use frameset in asp.net

Discussion in 'Software' started by avinash parate, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. avinash parate

    avinash parate

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    Hi...!!!

    How do i use html frameset in asp.net..???

    I am trying to add three .aspx pages in a single web page..So each web page should work seperately somthing like distributed architecture...!!!
    I found that html framset does not supports asp.net.

    Implemeting Iframe interface and Content place holder (server control) does not satisfy my requirement..

    please help me on this issue...!!!

    Thanx in Advance...!!!
    avinash parate, Nov 26, 2008
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  2. avinash parate

    BXA

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    frameset

    Add an Html Page to your project and set the frameset in there. You won't be able to view the layout in VS, but you can view it in the browser. Tested with IE and Firefox. The code below will display 5 aspnet pages.

    Hope that helps.

    Code:
    <HTML>
        <head>
            <title>Frames</title>
        </head>
        <!-- 2 rows, split evenly-->
        <FRAMESET rows="100%,100%" border="0" frameSpacing="0" frameBorder="0">
            <!-- 1st row, 3 columns, split evenly-->
    	<FRAMESET cols="100%,100%,100%">
                <frame name="1" src="Page1.aspx">
                <frame name="2" src="Page2.aspx">
                <frame name="3" src="Page3.aspx">
            </FRAMESET>
            <!-- 2nd row, 2 columns, split evenly-->
            <FRAMESET cols="100%,100%">
                <frame name="1" src="Page4.aspx">
                <frame name="2" src="Page5.aspx">
            </FRAMESET>
        </FRAMESET>
    </HTML>
    
    BXA, Dec 19, 2008
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  3. avinash parate

    avinash parate

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    Thanx BXA ...

    it's working...!!!
    avinash parate, Dec 31, 2008
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