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Side-Bar in java

 
sachin kataria
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i want create side-bar in java (i.e. struts/spring/JSP) which works in internet explorer.
i.e. like side-bar appears when we click on history in internet explorer.
From that side bar it shows links which is recently opened. and search options.

So, how one can create that side bar in java ?
Pls, help me
 
Merrill Higginson
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One way to do it would be to use s frameset. When the page is displayed normally it is in a single page. When the user clicks on the icon or button to show the history, switch to a frameset with two frames divided vertically showing the history in the left frame and the regular page in the right frame.
 
sachin kataria
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Thank you for replying...
But, i am new to struts and spring concepts...
so, can you explain me in detail... any link is there for source code.........
 
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This actually has nothing at all to do with Struts or Spring or any other server-side technology. It's all HTML and Javascript.
 
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Just Google "HTML Frames" and you'll get a lot of good information on how to work with frames in an HTML document.
 
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