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I am curently designing a student of the month web page for my school, if it helps the link is:

Here's is my problem- I want to make it so that if the person viewing the page wants to get rid of the frame they can click a "close" button on it to do so (such as when you view pictures on Yahoo!). I checked out the source code to the Yahoo! pictures but I am not getting very far with it.

Does anyone here know how to close out of a frame? I'm just lost on it.

Thank you for any help you have to offer. :tazz:
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Neil Jones

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Far easier to do this:

<a href="http://www.somewhere.com" target="_blank">Click here to open a new window</a>

Which is 100% frameless, what with it being a new tab/window :tazz:

Edited by Neil Jones, 25 October 2005 - 04:58 PM.

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