|I am borderline iliterate in frameless HTML Webpage programming,
let alone HTML programming with frames. But I need to built a simple two
frames site for showing some graphs to some people that don't like very much
handling a mouse for pressing a 'Back' button or link (tipical of Pliant-based
Here is my problem: Suppose a Webpage consists of a html file which defines
two frames, e.g.,
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
Marcus's Web Page
<FRAMESET frameborder="no" framespacing=0 COLS="*,80%">
<FRAME NAME="INPUT" SRC="input.html">
<FRAME NAME="GRAPH" SRC="main.html">
Suppose the .page program input.page prompts the user to input some data,
press a button to process the data, which will then show a graph in the
I fancy the button instruction being defined as follows
button "Show graph"
special_goto_url "showGraph.html" options "parameters to be sent"
This special_goto_url uptopic function would call the showGraph.page program,
passing some parameters via options and creating the Webpage in the frame
Would this be feasible in Pliant? If so, could you give me some pointers on how
to do that?
Thanks in advance