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linking from frame to frame

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I want to link from the main frame of one of my pages and have the link come up in the main frame of another one of my pages. How can I do this?
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Hello timshank, in your frameset your frames should be labeled with name="framename" [framename can be anything you wish to call it].  Now...in your main frame make your link look like this <a href="yourlink.htm" target="framename">link</a>
the page yourlink.htm will now appear in the frame in which you designate...if this is all unclear, here is a good URL to visit that will go more into detail...this should help you out.

http://webhelp.org/frames.html

Good luck.
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