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frameset vs tiles

Chris Pat
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Joined: Aug 27, 2005
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Still struggling with a design that needs to keep to pages separate and javascript accessible on a page, BUT that the submission of one does not force a reload of the second on upon return. I know that is a definition of an Ajax call, but that will not work here for other reasons.

I hope I can ask, rather than spend a few hours "slugging it out", will a page composed with Tiles keep both frames, or in this case tiles, separate as describe above? A frameset is the simplest, but as often doesnt work. tia.
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