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Open side in different frame with Buttons?

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Hi.

I'm doing a Chat-site in C (CGI) and I have a Html-doc
with a Form included a Submit button.
When the user clicks the Submit-button my program sends
back a Html-doc.
Now I want to use Frames and the Html-doc should not show
up in the same Frame as the button.
If I use an ordinary link (instead of a button)I can manage this with the Target tag, but can I do the same with a button?
(the reason I'm using a Button is that the user can hit
the Return-key instead of using the mouse)
Pelle /Sweden
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Yes in the form tag put the target just like you would a link.
So, <FORM action="program.cgi" target="framename"> will target the response of the form submission to that frame!

Hope this works out for you,
Josh
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Ooh, thats easy. /Thank you
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