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How to Create Portal-like Behavior Easily

 
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Hi, All. I understand how to import content from an external url, but is there a simple way to emulate portal-like behavior? For example, consider I have a global navigation and links and I'd like the links to open up in a center container, so when I click say, google.com, the page content is displayed in the center container. Now so far so good, but when I click on a link in the google.com content, I leave the page.

I suppose the simple question is, just how do portals like PHPNuke deliver external content and remain in the portal environment while the user navigates the external content (e.g. iframe-like behavior)? Is this easily implemented with JSP/Servlets?
 
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