[Pro] Frame Page

I use a lot of frame pages. On Freeway Pro 5.0 is there any way I can get more than one vertical frame to scroll? I’m using the two-frame vertical layout, and I can only get the “main” frame or right one to scroll. The left one no-go.


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Why o why are you using frames at all?

They are a huge No No these days - very old hat, SEO unfriendly, never mind the bookmarking problems.

Ditch the frames and step into the 21st Century.

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David,
I appreciate your feedback, but I do find frame layouts useful for certain types of websites. It is one of those certain types of websites that I get paid to maintain, which is why I posted the question.
Sid


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You can do most anything without resorting to Frames

Post a link to the current site and we can probably give you some pointers.

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http://www.jamescecilauctioneers.com/102911framea.htm

That is the link to the pertinent page on the site. Keep in mind
that the “listing” and the “photo” page are sent separately for me to
place on the site. Individual photos are in no way labeled to
identify them as any of the individual listed items. Using a “frame”
page with appropriate vertical scrolling is the only way I know for
the customer to be able to cross-reference and match the items to the
listing.
Sid

On Oct 30, 2011, at 5:03 PM, DeltaDave wrote:

You can do most anything without resorting to Frames

Post a link to the current site and we can probably give you some
pointers.

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A quick example without frames http://www.deltadesign.co/fw_examples/scrolling.html

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Dave,
I appreciate your effort, however, I think your sample would be
confusing for customers (referring to both outside and inside scroll
bars). I really would like to recommend that the authors of Freeway
consider either updating their “Frame” section to include both
horizontal and vertical scroll bar possibilities for each frame or
consider it in a future update.
Sincerely,
Sid

On Nov 1, 2011, at 5:10 PM, DeltaDave wrote:

A quick example without frames http://www.deltadesign.co/
fw_examples/scrolling.html

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I really would like to recommend that the authors of Freeway consider either updating their “Frame” section to include both horizontal and vertical scroll bar possibilities for each frame or consider it in a future update.

That isn’t going to happen! Frames as you are using them are as dead as the Dodo.

My example was a rough one - this can be more elegant.

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