My page has two frames. The left one contains some links who are
directed to the main frame.
I need to be able get out of the frame either by destroying the frame but
stay on the same browser
or open a new browser.
The last option would be ideal but I want the new browser to start where
the old stops.
ie if was on yahoo.com I want the new browser to start on Yahoo.com
and not on your defaut page.
Exactly like the "open Frame in new window" funcion on Netcape 4. But
working on all browser.
Is it possible ?
I am really stuck at that point and would need some savvy advices.
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