This has nothing to do with Seam. But with Css. I suggest you read one of the multiple tutorials online. Just for your example
<div style="float:left;width: 150px"> <ui:include src="mypanel.xhtml"> </ui:include> </div> <div style="margin-left: 150px"> <ui:insert name="body"/> </div>
Ooops .. sorry for inconvenience
And thanks it helps :)
Surly i will do that before posting some thing next time
Forgot to mention one thing here i dont want to count it as one page, want it like what we do for
frameset in html
left panel has different control of its on and right panel has different of its own
left's target would be right panel
If i do as explained in previous mail it refreshes all page on every action that i dont need in it :(
Any help regarding this?
Frames/iFrames are useful to embed a website into another website, but you should not use them to layout a website. If you are talking about a menu, you better don't use iframes.
Again, this is anyway not Seam related.