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  1. Ok, so I went off and followed up and found a out few things and got it working, but it works fine on Firefox, and IE (once allowing scripts to run), but it doesn't work on Opera.... Below are the parts of the code that I added in to get the effect I needed, is anyone able to enlighten me as to why it won't work in Opera? Below is the javascript that I placed at the top of the code, I got this from http://www.coursesweb.net/jquery/ajax-load <script type="text/javascript" src="js/jquery-1.6.4.min.js"></script><script type="text/javascript"><!--$(document).ready(function()
  2. Because I don't believe that doing what I want to do would be in any way complicated to put together by someone that knows how to write javascript. I can't imagine it would take long at all as it is merely re-directing the body of the page to an .html page. I have been extremely surprised by the answers I have received from this question (and to be honest, the responses here have been the most informative! Which, despite the perhaps negative tone here, I am actually grateful for), I have posted this same question on many different sites and the responses I have received have at best been, "wel
  3. Hmm, well, what I mean by dynamic web page can be described as from wikipedia, "generated at the time of access by a user or change as a result of interaction with the user." Thus, the "user" interacts by clicking on a link, in turn that causes a change in the displayed text and images within the main body of text/images in the page. A specific example is the website you directed me to, by clicking on the links the main body of the page changes to reflect the content of that link. The amount of pages is directly related to how many categories I have. Which, from the screenshot provided above,
  4. I have seen what I want done without the use of databases and I really cant see the need to use one. It is simply loading another page to replace the one displaying.
  5. Yes, it should be relatively simple, but I have no idea where to start with integrating this within the code that is already there. I don't need help with organsing the structure of the products, simply assistance with the loading of a seperate page within the current page when clicking on one of the links in the left hand navigation bar. Simple way of explaining what I want to do is the site you directed me to, that works in EXACTLY the way I want mine to, when a user clicks on any of the links, the main body of the page is reloaded as per the direction of the link, and the rest of the page r
  6. Hi Don, When I re-write the whole site late next year I am planning on using full php/MySQL with shopping cart and everything more polished, but for now, I just need a page system, rather than a database system. I am not looking at anything to do with the database at the moment, its purely a web presence with basic information of products and services. I am not planning to need to greatly update products and services until I create a whole new site later. Also, I don't need to break it down to single components, so creating a database at the moment is not really necessary. There are too many p
  7. Thanks for the assistance niche. The part that needs to trigger the reloading of the products description is this: <ul id="product-list" class="product-nav-list"><li><a href="#">Package Deals</a></li><li><a href="#">Touchscreen Terminals</a></li><li><a href="#">Touchscreen Monitors</a></li><li><a href="#">Receipt/Kitchen Printers</a></li>...... So if someone clicks on "Package Deals" then it needs to load those products, if they click on "Touchscreen Terminals" then the package deals are repla
  8. Yeah well I pretty much have to, my business keeps me busy, and I am a full-time Uni student too, so time is just stupidly non-existant to me. But, I do realise that the time it will take for me to explain the usage etc to someone I probably would have been able to work it out myself. The most difficult part for me is working out how it will be "inserted" into the code thats already there.
  9. Thanks niche, very informative link. I'm sure I would be able to get somewhere given me putting a bit of time in. My problem is time though, not sure I can put the time in to fully understand how it needs to work to be able to implement it correctly. Anyone wililng to assist in getting the foundation right that I can build on?
  10. Hi all. I have recently used a HTML5 template to create my website with, I am happy with the results, and have found changing the code around to suit has been working fine. It is practically finished, apart from one part... I would like to have my products listing page to be dynamically loaded so that categories can be split up, but without a complete page refresh when changing category. What would be the best way to go about this? I havent been doing to much with web development (other than the editing of this template), so not sure what would be the best way to do this, javascript, AJAX, or
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