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NintyFan

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how do u link to a frame?
I know this seems confusing but you go to My Webpage and click on

Dynasty Warriors

in Multimedia.
You will find out that it opens in a new webpage i want it to open in the exisiting webpage where I put the frame, can some one please help,
I know this is confusing :)
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oh i think I found out, all you need to do in the target change it to the selected frame,
does any one know how to do this to an iframe?

Edited by NintyFan, 08 February 2006 - 05:39 PM.

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hey I found it, it is the same bassicly, if any one else is stuck look bellow:


In the link location:
<IFRAME src="http:// " name="NAME" scrolling="no" width="-" height="-" frameborder="0"></IFRAME>

In the link:
<a href="LinkLocation" target="NAME" class="-">»&nbsp;&nbsp;Title</a><br>
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Works fine, good job :tazz:
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