Tips for re-displaying your dedicated page within your own website.
Re-displaying your dedicated page within your site will save you time
updating, you will only need to edit one site and for those who may have
to rely on others to place the updates for you it will no longer be
required you will be able to carry out the updates far more quickly
yourself. With the new design of the site now enabling you to list also
the Greyhounds you have homed, this will also enhance your personal site
and have all of the information displayed in one area. You can use this
to display your rehomed dogs also. This is simple to carry out if your
site uses frames, by using the code shown below to call your page after
editing it to reflect your individual requirements. If your site does
not use frames, then follow the instructions
here to create an inline frame. This example could be used out of
the box by the Romford Organisation,because their site already uses
This is the list of the available dogs of the Lincolnshire Greyhound Trust.
Explanation of the conventions used:
id=000 contains the unique code to display your
page, how to find your code?
|To read the unique code for your page, first
you must be sure the status bar is showing at the bottom of the screen,
click on view/status bar if it is not. Then go to your page and hover with
your mouse over one of the navigation tabs at the top of the table, you will
then see in the status bar the link to your page, make a note of the id=???.
bgcolor=ffffff sets the
background color to white, change this to display the colour of your choice,
to match your existing colours for example or use the colour picker here:
ffffff is the hex value of white you can set it to any color you like.
&list=r sets the page to
default to your rehomed section.
Here a further example with different coloured text, this time with blue
background and dark blue text and
defaulting to rehomed section.
If the organisation doesn't use frames, you can
instead create an inline frame like those above on one of your pages,
that will allow you to display the navigation of your site using the
following code between the body tags:
!!!Note: you must copy the code to notepad or wordpad then re-copy from
there for it to work correctly!!!
<p align="center"><br><iframe name="I1" width="788"
browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to
display inline frames.</iframe><br>
Don't forget to edit id=??? with
your id, the width and height attributes can also be changed to whatever you
prefer along with the colour attributes as described above.