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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Response.Redirect

    Would like to use 3 different "frame sets" for web pages. First one as home page then would like to change frame set. The problem is that I call the new frame set via Response.Redirect and not by user clicking on a link. Result is that new frame gets loaded into first one. With an anchor I could use TARGET="_TOP" . Question is, how could I do that with the Response.Redirect? Is there VB or Java script that lets me redirect using a target tag? <BR><BR>Thank-you.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default ASPFAQs, category The Nature of Things

    The link to the ASPFAQs is at the top corner of most every page on this site, including the one you are reading right now.<BR><BR>[I got to type that twice in less than two minutes!]<BR><BR>Your question is the oldest one in that category (and therefore at the bottom of the list, because of the way the FAQs are sorted).<BR><BR>HINT: Consider using Session variables to pass the same info to all frames. <BR><BR>

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