From: Kevin Dobey (kevin.dobey at domain trintech.com)
Date: Wed 12 May 1999 - 14:16:24 IST
Theres one i never thought of before ...
I am totally guessing here but ...
your first cgi program (perl or what ever) sends URL's to other cgi programs
that draw each frame. You could of course use the same CGI program with a
diffrent paramter to specify that it draw "frame 1" or frame 2". There may
be an advantage in useing the same CGI program rather then 3 different
programs -- but i doubt it (other then it may be neater).
However it is possible that i am missing the point here.
Sorry if i am seen to be feeding a slightly 'off topic' topic ?
From: Rob Hill [mailto:robhill at domain indigo.ie]
Sent: 12 May 1999 14:03
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] Perl + HTML Frames
I've written a wee perl chat script (http://www.irelands-web.ie/cafe)
and now want to expand it
to use frames - the catch is that there are no actual html files
involved - the script outputs all the html - anyone have any ideas or
examples on how to do this?
'elp would be appreciated (although not in any tangiable manner).
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