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    Niyam! Guest

    Default Frame!

    Hi,<BR>I have asp page with two frames. On the left side of the asp page I want to link to the default.htm page. How can I link so that it will open up the whole html document. Now, it is showing only on the left side of the frame.<BR>on the right side frame is the post.asp<BR>I wrote on the left.asp:<BR><BR>&#039;Display all the messages<BR>&#039;at the end display a link to go back to the default page<BR>&#060;A HREF="http://servername/foldername/default.htm&#062;Back to the Forum &#060;/A&#062;<BR>Can somebody help me please???<BR><BR>THANKS:)

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Frame!

    Niyam,<BR><BR>Read up on the TARGET attribute of the ANCHOR tag, and also the BASE tag.<BR><BR>You could, for example, include a BASE tag in all of your documents to ensure that your links are loaded into the main content frame.<BR><BR>You can then override this by using one of the target attribute values of the ANCHOR tag for any links for which you would like to target a different frame.<BR><BR>Check out the doc&#039;s on the W3C site.<BR><BR>HTH<BR><BR>Darren<BR>[ ]

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    Marie Guest

    Default RE: Frame!

    If you want to break out of all frames and display default.htm in the full page the use:<BR>&#060;A HREF="http://servername/foldername/default.htm" target="_top"&#062;Back to the Forum &#060;/A&#062; <BR><BR>Targets are used with frames to link to oneside of the frame or another - target="_top" means break out of all frames.<BR>Hope it helps<BR>Marie<BR><BR>

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