This tutorial will be useful for web developers who want learn how to create interactive webpages as well as improve their speed and usability using AJAX.It is highly recommended that you are familiar with HTML and Java Script before attempting this tutorial.s a quick tutorial to get you jump started with AJAX (Asynchronous Java Script XML).I am using object detection and explain some of the caveats for doing what I am doing.A good rule of thumb is to call the page which contains this frame information "index.html", as that is typically a site's main page.
s content and load them into your existing page without having to refresh the whole page.
When someone clicks a link on the menu, that link is then opened in the content page.
Here is a classic example of a basic "index" frameset with a menu on the left and content on the right.
It is possible to remove these and manipulate the spacing between frames with frameborder and framespacing. Note: Framespacing and border are the same attribute, but some browsers only recognize one or the other, so use both, with the same value, to be safe.
A big problem with AJAX enabled pages in general, is that, by design, each action doesn't represent a state in your browser, which means that you can't use the Back and Forward buttons to shift between states, and because the URL doesn't change, a specific state can't be bookmarked or linked to by the user.