page1.asp<BR>'get the users input<BR><BR>then on that page<BR>FormName.Action = "PageWithTheFrames.asp"<BR>FormName.Submit() <BR><BR>OR <BR><BR>you can submit to the same page and then REDIRECT to the frameset. This may be easire cause you will not have to worry about sending the form data to the page on the frameset.<BR><BR><BR>Now this is now make a frame visible but is a workaround<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>
Ahh sorry for misunderstading. What I really meant to say was I have a page with 5 frames. The top frame collects the user input and the other 4 frames display webcams based on the input. From that response you just gave it may not be possible to do that, but I am hoping it is.
LOL unfortunately they are just boring conference cams at work. Not even any cuties to look at. All dogs here. So basically what you are saying is to refresh the parent page that holds all the frames.....That just might work! Gonna give it a shot. Thanks for the input.