26 Jan 2012 2:57 AM #1
Help with Web Desktop Example
I'm writing here to ask for an help.
I'm a new user of extjs, anyway I already made some pages with this framework.
Every page I created can be reached by clicking some buttons in the Main_Page at localhost/Main_Page.php
Every page I created as associated a php, a js and a css file, so if I click on the Page1 button in the Main_Page I can reach the localhost/Page1.php page.
Everything works fine! Till this point there are no problems
Now I'm really fascinated of the Web Desktop application (I saw it in the examples at http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-3.3...p/desktop.html)and I'm trying to open my pages in this way. I've seen the example and I've tried to adapte my scripts, but if I include all my scripts in the main_page.php I have several conflicts problem (probably because many variable names are equals).
So my idea was to find a way to open in the different windows of the web desktop application my former entire page.
So if I have 3 pages whose urls are localhost/page1.php localhost/page2.php and localhost/page3.php, is there a simple way to load them in the window created by web desktop application?
What I want is to have the web desktop application in the main_page.php, but when I click on the Start tab of the application, any window created load a different page, that "point" to a specific url (e.g. localhost/page1.php). It would be to have a sort of Firefox tab.....
Is there a config option of the ext.window that can help me?
I really hope anyone could help me.....
Sorry for my english and best wishes to all
26 Jan 2012 3:34 AM #2
I've found a partial solution to my problem.....i don't know if it can be useful for other users....
I just add in the window option the command:
html:'<iframe src="http://localhost/my_page.php" width="100%" height="100%" name="youriframe" frameborder="1" vspace="0" hspace="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="yes"></iframe>'
Now the problem is that I don't now how to autoresize the iframe when I expand the window
So if you have any ideas you are always welcome