thank you!! so glad you enjoyed!! XD
is there a trick for getting frames to show up...? i can't figure it out... ლ(ಠ_ಠ ლ)
So there are two ways to use frames, using FRAMESET and IFRAME tags. I used to use FRAMESET before I figured out that IFRAME is much better, since you're using two pages rather than three. A good way to use FRAMESET is to define it with COLS="x, y" where x or y can define the width of the sidebar, and the other value defined as * (which is the rest of your body). /1
Then you just get the pages all set up and pop them into the FRAMESET with FRAME tags, defining the pages as src. You can read more about it here: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_frameset.asp I prefer to use IFRAME, since it's all on one page. Feel free to view my index page source to see how I did it. /2
But simply put, the way to trick IFRAME to act as FRAMESET is to define it with [width: n px (n is how long you want your sidebar to be), height: 100%, position: fixed, margin: none, padding: none, top: 0, left: 0] and then put your "body" in a div right after the IFRAME and define it with margin-left: n px. If you want your sidebar on the right side of the page, or the top, or whatever, just adjust the measurements.
@exosilver - thank you SO much!! just managed to figure it out~ :') it's been something i've been fighting with since i started learning code, so i'm really happy i finally managed to make working frames! thank you so much for your help~!! ♥
Thanks! And I really like your site, it looks so lovely. ^_^
aww, thank you so much~!! ^^
Happy...uh..."Five Days Before Halloween." I figured I should probably respond now since I may not get a chance on the day of, with all the festivities IIIII have planned. 8|
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