HTML Frames

I asked a question yesterday, answered by RM asking how to split my webpage into 2 frames. I have achieved this but I STILL NEED TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE THE MARGIN TYPE FRAME I HAVE CREATED ON THE LEFT OF MY SCREEN CONTROL THE MAIN FRAME EG.I WANT TO HAVE ALL MY LINKS ON THE LEFT TO STAY PERMANANTLY AND WHEN SELECTED CHANGE THE VIEW IN THE MAIN FRAME. (A SAMPLE PIECE OF HTML WILL DO FINE)
billythecadAsked:
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jshamlinCommented:
First, you'll need the "name" of the "main frame (you can find it in the <FRAME> tag.

Next, in each link in the "navigation" frame, add a TARGET attribute ...

<A HREF="page.html" TARGET="main_frame_name">text</A>

That'll do it.


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Thanks mate,
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