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VB Script with a FRAME TARGET

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How do I target another frame using VB script for banner ads in a differant frame,
When the banner ad comes up in FRAME1, I want to click on it, but target frame2.
How can I do this?

This is the script I am using:


     FILE NAME: what ever the web page is called as long as it ends with .asp
     this is to tell it to read the script.

     <HTML>
     <HEAD><TITLE>VBScript Using the Ad Rotator</TITLE></HEAD>
     <BODY BGCOLOR=#FFFFFF>
     <H3>VBScript Using the Ad Rotator</H3>

     <%  Set Ad = Server.CreateObject("MSWC.Adrotator") %>
     <%= Ad.GetAdvertisement("adrot.txt") %>
     <BR>

     </BODY>
     </HTML>
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     This is the script for what banner is seen
     FILE NAME: adrot.txt
     redirect /cgi-asp/adredir.asp
     width 460
     height 60
     border 1
     *
     http://www.e-scope.com/test/ad_1.gif
     http://www.e-scope.com
     Astro Mt. Bike Company
     20

     http://www.e-scope.com/test/ad_2.gif
     http://www.e-scope.com/hotel_pg/hotel_pg.htm
     Arbor Shoes
     20

     http://www.e-scope.com/test/ad_3.gif
     http://www.e-scope.com
     Clocktower Sporting Goods
     30

     http://www.e-scope.com/test/ad_4.gif
     http://www.e-scope.com
     GG&G
     30
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     This is the script for the redirection after clicking on the banner
     FILE NAME: adredir.asp

     <% response.redirect (request.QueryString("url")) %>

Thanks
Paul S. Aiello
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by:soeding
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paulvb,
automatisation with VBScript is good and fine.
But if there are no methods...
Regards
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by:paulvb
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SO how can I do this?
What is needed?
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by:KEWL
ID: 1468931
Window.parent.frames("framename").location.href="www.so-and-so.com"
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by:paulvb
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There was no answer in the comment box.
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by:KEWL
ID: 1468933
what do you mean?
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by:paulvb
ID: 1468934
Now there is an answer, before the answer box was blank.
How can I grade this now? This is the answer I need.
Excellant
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KEWL earned 70 total points
ID: 1468935
when it says 'text above' it means that the answer is in the second top box.
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