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    Talking i finish to bild my site free football with ext js what do you think?

    i finish to bild my site free football with ext js what do you think?


    what do you think?
    here my site demo

    portal here

    http://itoto1.com/





    desktop here

    http://itoto1.com/index2.html
    my ext js site
    http://www.itoto4.com/

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    That's pretty good work.

    Obviously I don't understand it, but you're getting the hang of it.

    You do have a problem using so many IFRAMEs.

    It's not necessary to use IFRAMES if you design your app right. Load script which creates the new Portlet, do NOT load HTML into an IFRAME.

    You surely see that the IFRAME stops dragging activity, so it makes the portal unusable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    That's pretty good work.

    Obviously I don't understand it, but you're getting the hang of it.

    You do have a problem using so many IFRAMEs.

    It's not necessary to use IFRAMES if you design your app right. Load script which creates the new Portlet, do NOT load HTML into an IFRAME.

    You surely see that the IFRAME stops dragging activity, so it makes the portal unusable.

    tankyou

    Code:
     
    you say to use
     
     
    xtype: 'iframepanel',
    id: 'dawelbeit-info',
    //title:'IT with Passion',
    frameConfig : {id:'dawelbeit-info'},
    defaultSrc : function(){return ' somepage.html ';}
     
    not to use
     
     
    html: '<body ><center><iframe width="100%" height="270" align="center" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" src="somepage.html"/></IFRAME><center /></body>'
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    http://www.itoto4.com/

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    No.

    no iframes.

    Just put your own Components in as portlets.

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    Hi,

    i know arabic uses rtl, but also bottom-to-top?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steffenk View Post
    Hi,

    i know arabic uses rtl, but also bottom-to-top?
    its not arab im from israel its hebrew

    my ext js site
    http://www.itoto4.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    That's pretty good work.

    Obviously I don't understand it, but you're getting the hang of it.

    You do have a problem using so many IFRAMEs.

    It's not necessary to use IFRAMES if you design your app right. Load script which creates the new Portlet, do NOT load HTML into an IFRAME.

    You surely see that the IFRAME stops dragging activity, so it makes the portal unusable.
    henricd's managed iframe has functions you can call to shim over the iframes so dragging works proper.

    While I don't think it's a great idea to use iframes and load in ExtJS to every one of them, I see plenty of benefit in using them otherwise. For starters, when you close a tab with an iframe in it (an example), the browser frees up all the memory used by the iframe, its content, and the scripts that ran in it. I'm pretty sure you also get more parallelism with iframes, as each gets its own http socket to the server. You can also render HTML from a different WWW site in the iframe, which is what it looks like for most of the content on the football page.

    For most of what I see on the football page, iframes are perfectly fine.

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    i like the MIF, but i dislike the weight of 100KB extra.
    @koko2589: sry, hebrew, ok i'm not used to both
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    i cenge my site to desktop
    http://itoto1.com/index.html

    the old demo is here
    http://itoto1.com/index2.html
    my ext js site
    http://www.itoto4.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by steffenk View Post
    i like the MIF, but i dislike the weight of 100KB extra.
    @koko2589: sry, hebrew, ok i'm not used to both
    100K is puny compared to the 1.4G firefox gobbles up if I leave it run over the weekend