Probably a stupid question. . .

    Date: 04/05/05 (WebDesign)    Keywords: php, css

    I have a question that I've been dying to know forever. How do you make a site like this, where the header pic/links stay stationary at the top, and the content appears below it without the header pic/links refreshing? I know it can't be a frameset, because the entire page will automatically scroll down, not just the frame in which the content overflows. I'm also pretty sure it's not iframe.

    If someone could tell me how this is done and/or point me in the direction of a tutorial that could, I would be eternally grateful.

    ETA: Erm, I think I phrased my question a bit wrong. I don't want the header/links to always remain at the top of the screen, like a floating menu or anything like that. What I meant was more of how I can divide the layout into two main portions, where the top portion (the image map or what have you) never reloads, but the bottom portion displays the content? Essentially like a frameset, but without the dozens of setbacks that a frameset has? Is this all just a matter of laying it out in CSS properly, or is the some behind-the-scenes PHP work going on as well? Sorry for the confusion.


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