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Step 1: read what this forum is for - http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/index.php/topic,107784.0.html

You'll notice your question is posted in the wrong forum, so I'll move it in a moment.

Step 2: depending on your inclination/preference, solve your problem with php includes, or html includes, or html frames.

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Use the target attribute in your links to determine which frame (box?) you wish the link to show in.

[code]<a href="location.html" target="frame1">Link 1</a><br />
<iframe src="default.html" name="frame1" width="500" height="500">Your browser doesn't support frames.</iframe>[/code]

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[quote author=FrOzeN link=topic=110036.msg444226#msg444226 date=1159625065]
Use the target attribute in your links to determine which frame (box?) you wish the link to show in.

[code]<a href="location.html" target="frame1">Link 1</a><br />
<iframe src="default.html" name="frame1" width="500" height="500">Your browser doesn't support frames.</iframe>[/code]
[/quote]

ugh... no, no, no, no and again i say [b]NO[/b]... please, let's not go backwards into the use of frames... andyB has the right of it in his suggestion.

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iFrames have that crappy border and stuff.

i want it to do it like any php-fusion or php-nuke website. example:
[url=http://infernalalliance.com/news.php]http://infernalalliance.com/news.php[/url]

so your saying i should use php-includes? that will simply put it below the current text... atleast when i do it. how do i get it in the middle?

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Nothing wrong with IFRAMEs... and they don't even have to be visible... but that's probably not what you're looking for here.

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When you say "embed in PHP", you mean in the .php file... but it's still HTML that you're rendering.

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