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Posted on 1998-09-11
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The original question was:  I have WebPageA that does not contain frames.  WebPageB contains aframeset.  If I go to WebPageB from A and then link to A from one of the frames in B, it does not remove the frameset, it simply loads A in one of the frames of WebPageB.  How do I remove the frameset?
And the answer was to set the target in the link thus:
<a target="_top" href="WebPageA.htm">GO To A</a>

This is a correct answer.  But if I use a Form with a submit button, with the action set to some OLE server, which in return gives back results in an HTML page.  How do make this  returned page to appear in the whole browser window, not in the current frame?
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Use target="_top" in the form tag:

<form action="someaction.cgi" target="_top">

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