[Typo3] frames and templavoila
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Fri Mar 4 18:32:59 CET 2005
> Flash is cached by the browser so wouldn't have to "reload" as such.
> Also you can pass the flash movie a variable telling it to skip any
> preload sequence for sub-pages - flash can communicate with PHP so you
> can store sessions variables... There are a lot of ways around this
> without resorting to frames - look at the Macromedia site - flash
> movies and HTML and not a frame in site!!
One thing can't be done without frames:
The flash movie will not stay playing on top of the page while the rest of
the page reloads.
So it will restart in any case, even though you might skip some sequences.
And of course this is one thing frames are meant for: Reloading only
portions of the page while the rest stays in place.
Since using frames (and those "evil" tables) is not forbidden and even part
of XHTML compliance, why not use them when it makes sense?
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