I use frames in my projet, the menu is in "menu" frame, the target of the menu is frame "page" (classical horizontal frames).
Overlapping of menus is working perfectly in this case.
But, I must include a link which causes frame "page" to be cut into 2 others horizontal frames: "page1" and "page2".
In this case, overlapping does not work (I dont know where to declare this 2 frames and how).
the syntax for declaring the nested frames is parent.child (with the dot). You'll need to reload the master frame if frameset configuration changes.
Thank you for your reply, but I have'nt understood very well.
This is an example of my problem :
- "page 1" causes the display of a single page on target frame, if you point the mouse on "overlap item", the menu will overlap the frame it works,
- "page 2" displays a new horizontal frameset, if you point the mouse after on "overlap item", the menu does not display very well (I do'nt know where to put the new Tigra instruction concerning the frameset, I wonder if to make it work correctly I will have to display the entire frameset (including menu) every time by changing target page by target _top).
If you have an idea please tell me ...
I got your file. Your situation is very specific so please submit a support ticket and we'll go from there.