javascript location.href....(also easy when you know how)

ok.. I might be in a frame, might not, so when users click on the button as shown below it  brings up the index in the current frame how can I target "_top"  ?

And yes I do need to use the button!

<button onclick="location.href='index.asp'">Back to the Menu</button>
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<button onclick="top.location.href='index.asp'">Back to the Menu</button>

That should do it I think

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rupertsAuthor Commented:
Now why didn't I think of that!
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