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onClick close window with frameset

Posted on 1999-01-26
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I need a script that will close a frameset, somewhat like <A HREF="javscript:self.close">Close</A>.

The above does not work in a frameset.
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Question by:Odyssey
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by:Odyssey
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by:kmartin7
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Try:

<a href="JavaScript:top.window.close()">Close this window</A>

Kurt
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by:Odyssey
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Thanks.  I'll accept it as an answer if you post it.
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