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Can I embed html files?

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<input name=x type=radio onclick="document.sound.run();top.frames[1].frames[1].location.href='intro-staff-wrong.html'"><font size=3 color=blue>1 - 3</font></td>

I have the above source code, and it will connect to 'intro-staff-wrong.html' when clicked. But, the download time is quite slow sometimes. Therefore, I want to go to that page faster, and is there any method to do this?

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by:martinag
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You can load it into a hidden frame which will make it exist in the cache.
So, in any of your framesets, add this one (one pixel wide or something like that):
<FRAME SRC="intro-staff-wrong.html">

Another thing is do play the sound *after* the redirection:
top.frames[1].frames[1].location.href='intro-staff-wrong.html';document.sound.run()

Martin
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jkeebler earned 20 total points
ID: 1841108
Assuming your using multiple frames ("frame[0]" and "frame[1]") you can run the sound.run() function from "intro-staff-wrong.html" after it loads.  Make the radio button:

     <input name=x type=radio    onclick="top.frames[1].frames[1].location.href='intro-staff-wrong.html'">

.and make the BODY tag of 'intro-staff-wrong.html' include:

      onLoad="parent.frames[0].sound.run()"

Try it and email me if you have a problem.
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