static frames llinked to the www

I have created a site with a static frame on the left. This frame is used for navigation. One of my webpages contain links to the www . When a user clicks on such a link the www page opens in the right frame with the navigation buttons for my site still on display.



Can i set the www links to open in the entire page rather than within the frames.
p_rajnauthAsked:
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themrocConnect With a Mentor Commented:
If I understand right you only have to mark the link and then click the hyperlink button (or type Ctrl + K).
A form appears in this form type the correct URL for your hyperling and set the target frame to "new Window"
The Hyperlink should now appear in a new Window
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p_rajnauthAuthor Commented:
Set the "target frame to new window".
I dont see that option in the edit hyperlink box that pops up.

There is only place to browes or type in the URL.

i am usiing a ful version of Frontpage 97
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p_rajnauthAuthor Commented:
I figured it out
I had to type the ww.   URL into the target frame box in the edit hyperlink box.

Thanks
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themrocCommented:
whats about the points
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