Frontpage Problem

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  1. Brando16

    Brando16 The Mixed Bag

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    Okay I know that many here hate this program but its the only one I'm comfortable with :D

    Here's the problem; I added code for a DHTML Windows (thanks James for the site) and everything works okay, but when I look at the view I use to edit and such the window is still there (I included a pic of what it looks like on my screen).

    If there isn't a way I guess I'll just make a popup of it again...anyway thanks for the help in advance!
     
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    James Photojournalist

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    I don't really understand, do you want to see the actual HTML code?
     
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    Brando16 The Mixed Bag

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    I want the DHTML window ro dissapear so I can see the page behind it. That way I can edit it freely.
     
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    James Photojournalist

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    Oh, the only way to get around it is if you go into the HTML view and do your editing there...
     
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    Brando16 The Mixed Bag

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    thats what I figured :( I think I might just remove the DHTML window and use a Pop-up instead. Thanks for the help James :thumbs
     
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    James Photojournalist

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    No problem.....
     
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    Hubastank MASTA OF MASTA'S

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    well you were right...i am one of the people whom don't like that program, i prefere either the program Namo web Editor or Dreamweaver. those two are the most complient and the easiest of them all in my opinion to use...and you won't have to load the dhtml code on dreamweaver. so i would go with one of those two....but then again that is my personal opinion.
     
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    Hubastank MASTA OF MASTA'S

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    and that last post made no sence when i read it so just disregaurd my last one. :lol
     
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