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Is it possible to make a script, that can find out if the browser is browsing FRAMED pages or not ??
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win32,
The following script will check if the current document is framed by another document or not >


<script language = JavaScript>
function checkPageFramed()
{
      if (top.location != document.location)
            return true;
      else
            return false;
}
</script>

<< A pretty short script >>

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win32,
P.S. the function will return true if the current document is framed, false if the document is un-framed ...
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Year I can see your point, and how the program works ! Thanks !
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